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“Shortwave was an early form of the Internet," says Aaslaid, who goes by the nickname Laid.”
“Growing up in Laid Offville was really got me interested," she told me.”
“She borrowed $3,750 from friends and family, moved to Beijing and opened a restaurant she called Laid-Off Sister Dumplings.”
“New York to Spend $45 Million to Retrain Laid-Off Wall Streeters [NYT] (Photo: Maulliegh)”
“Greyhound, by the way, is owned by a Canadian company called Laid Law (ph), which trades thinly, just in case you want to watch that one tonight.”
“It's called Laid Off Camp-or workshops designed to empower the job seeker.”
“JAMES The British rock band was formed in the early 1980s and is internationally known for hit singles "Laid" and "Sit Down.”
“Laid" papers are distinguished by wire marks, which are absent in”
“He could do all the classics, Sinatra, Cash, the Beatles, Billy Joel ... but also "Laid" by James, and "Baby Got Back" by Sir Mix-a-lot.”
“Laid" (which as we know, spoke to millions) is back.”
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