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“Following the COHA stylebook, which might be characterized as Inflated Le Monde, the writer makes her case in a tangle of labyrinthine sentences, which end in bloopers that would never occur if she were required to rely upon simple declarative sentences.”
“Rangers Deal Figure Is Called 'Inflated' Jaws dropped Monday when reports surfaced that Fox Sports Southwest had finalized a 20-year, $3 billion deal to broadcast Texas Rangers games.”
“In "Inflated," he digs deep into history to explain why Americans feel entitled to live beyond their means.”
“Inflated' reports of new churches also mar Arango's work in Mexico Texas Baptists approve measures to 'restore trust' after Valley scandal”
“Armenia Says Migration Numbers 'Inflated' By Turkey”
“World Series Shares Deliver an Inflated View Late-inning heroics and thrilling World Series aside, it was better to be a San Francisco Giant in 2010 than a St. Louis Cardinal in 2011, at least by one measurement.”
“Technology-research firm Gartner Inc. places mobile payments in a category called "Peak of Inflated Expectations," and said it is likely the category will move into the "Trough of Disillusionment" within the next year.”
“LONDON --Inflated prices of food and fuel present the biggest threat to Asia's economic development, yet governments will be hard-pressed to limit rises through currency intervention.”
“More IRT: Catch Me If You Can Heard: India's Inflated Monetary-Policy Challenge At the same time, price pressures seem to have become entrenched in Asia's third-largest economy, with inflation rising in August at its fastest pace in 13 months.”
“Inflated income levels, fake home appraisals and other lies inserted into mortgage documents -- something Wall Street and Washington have long suspected, but never truly investigated -- could then be used to force big banks to buy back the garbage they peddled in the first place to unwitting investors.”
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