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“There is growing evidence that vitamin D: Mullin GE, Dobs A.”
“There is no personal time in a dance troupe, Miss Enright.”
“There is "a risk" that the 18-week target cannot be maintained, especially as recent quarterly Department of Health data show more people waiting longer than before, Farrar added.”
“There is rain tonight in Boston, and the glass of the window is anatomized with intricate veins traced across its surface.”
“There is an ungodly contentment that permeates some publishing companies—contentment with mediocrity, contentment to live with a little bit of sin, and contentment with head-knowledge of God instead of an intimate heart relationship with the Father.”
“There is some pioneering archaeological work going on as a result of the oil spill, said Larry Murphy, lead archeologist for a council of government agencies and trustees overseeing the oil cleanup.”
“There is also evidence it may trigger lupus: Hess EV.”
“There is no end-date stated in Dempsey's letter, which was posted on the website of the Hawaii-based 25th Infantry Division that is currently headquartered in Baghdad.”
“There is an approved edition of the Raccolta in English, especially adapted for the use of the faithful.”
“There is no record of a break in the line of Catholic succession in Raphoe.”
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