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“Imbroglio" and "embroilment" are more than just synonyms; they're also linked through etymology.”
“Some of the comments and posts I've seen around about the Diversity Imbroglio 2009 -- particuarly about people of color as a group and POC spaces -- remind me of this.”
“The Treasury Select Committee report on the 10% Tax Rate Imbroglio reveals that even Labour's Ovine & Bovine have now worked out something the rest of us knew many long years ago: that, far from being the greatest Chancellor of the Exchequer ever or a Great Statesman, Gordon Brown is no more than grubby political chancer motivated by narrow tribal imperatives.”
“But since the Imbroglio at Isleworth, there has been little straight about the Saga of Tiger Woods — not the incident, not the explanation, not the aftermath, not the recovery, not the comeback, and especially not the golf.”
“Just as happened and still occuring with the Afghan Imbroglio and the Iraqi Fiasco.”
“Lisa Nuss: Italian Sex Imbroglio: Homewrecker wants apology for husband's later”
“Italian Sex Imbroglio: Homewrecker wants apology for husband's later digg”
“Not to forget the US$3 trillion and climbing cost of the Iraq Fiasco and the Afghan Imbroglio.”
“However what you may not be aware of, as far as the Iraq Fiasco/Afghanistan Imbroglio are concerned, being as I believe a citizen of the UK, is that the they have caused large numbers of National Guard units to be shipped over to The Sandpit, Iraq as it is referred to by the ADF (Australian Defence Forces) and Afghanistan.”
“Nick, do not forget the US$3 trillion and climbing cost of the Iraq Fiasco and the Afghan Imbroglio.”
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an overlapping of manuscripts.
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