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“With this birth, Lauren had an iPod Touch app called Contraction Master that helped her measure the time between contractions as she started to go into labor.”
“Just as in the realm of consumer pressure, it is up to us how high a profile a plan such as Contraction and Convergence has in the questions we raise for political candidates.”
“(NB: We could also use the principle called Contraction:”
“Advocate for personal carbon entitlements within an equitable, fair shares global framework, such as Contraction and Convergence.”
“I'm going to ponder this idea more (the report doesn't make for easy Monday-morning reading), but my initial reaction to the GDR concept is positive - something worth serious consideration alongside competing schemes such as Contraction &”
“There was maintained a Solemnity called a Contraction a little before the Consummation of a marriage was allowed of.”
“ÂThis time he's excited about the idea that the United States and other developed countries are experiencing, not a Great Recession, but a "Great Contraction.”
“This time he's excited about the idea that the United States and other developed countries are experiencing, not a Great Recession, but a "Great Contraction.”
“Contraction isn't a bad idea (except in the cities being contracted).”
“More: Eurocoin Indicator Shows Contraction Camille de Williencourt , an economist at French bank Natixis, said this "heralds nothing but sluggish domestic consumption in the quarters to come.”
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