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“CNN reports that the Board's decision to override the student vote stems from a series of complaints from parents, who called in to complain that the term "Cougar" has become derogatory, according to a memo from Canyons Superintendent David Doty.”
“As you will see, for all intents and purposes, the Cougar is the Tempest, designed and paid for by the British taxpayer and handed on a plate to the American company by Mr Hammick.”
“The bomb disposal team rolled up to the scene Tuesday in what they called a Cougar, a vehicle that can withstand roadside bombs far better than a Stryker.”
““Cougar is the mystery man of the crew,” says White.”
“Today's TV lesson: It's better to live in Cougar Town than Eastwick.”
“I have been looking for a necklace like this since I first spotted it in Cougar Town.”
“I'd baste 'er in Cougar Town with my Courtney Cox. theJoker”
“The Cougar is still "the gold standard of protection," Aldrich adds, and "we don't think we'll have any problem selling more vehicles.”
“Part of the review, which will take data from 21 states east of the Mississippi, will be aimed towards scientific analysis of the data, but also as to whether the Eastern Cougar is actually even a distinct species.”
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