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“Soundly defeats top rival Romney in fight to be Republican presidential candidate”
“Ahhh ... but I'd be willing to bet that if the poll said "Poll shows Ohio Soundly Approves of Obama's Agenda", you'd sing a different tune.”
“Soundly managed universal banks not only contribute to financial stability but are also best placed to support economic growth by meeting the full range of customer needs in our globalised, connected world," Geoghegan, who has relocated to Hong Kong, said.”
“Soundly and forcefully criticized by Human Rights groups for the devastation it wrought on civilian populations, it will be replaced sometime in January with a new mission, dubbed Operation Amani Leo, sources say.”
“Soundly defeated in Sunday's elections, Japan's ruling coalition now finds itself facing an impotent future.”
“Soundly antiwar, and rejects a lot of social conservative agenda.”
“We are optimistic about the inclusion of "Sleep Soundly through Night" functionality.”
“Soundly dismissing the conventional wisdom about the jury, Knox says in "The Private Diary of an O.J. Juror" that he thinks Simpson is guilty of the murders of Nicole Brown and Ronald Goldman.”
“Soundly falsified by Louis Pasteur quite awhile ago, btw.”
“Sleep Soundly ...while guys like the Marine Poet watch our country's back.”
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