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“One tends to imagine Latin as the preserve of a small, elite strata of society, but in a book such as Tore Janson's A Natural History Of Latin 2004, the use of the language is revealed to be both common and highly flexible.”
“They haven't all been humiliated, mind: Haim Revivo (in Israel) and Tore Andre Flo (Norway) claimed runners-up spots (the latter despite this ludicrous football-themed samba) while in Peru, Miguel Rebosio can claim to be the world's only footballing victor, of sorts.”
“Following the announcement, Professor Tore Ellingsen told senior editor Simon Frantz why the shared Prize explains how non-market institutions, like natural resources managed by common property and firms, exist and work.”
“Tore his gaze from the fire with a shivering groan before stumbling toward the door.”
“Mats Olimb and Tore Malo Ødegård of The Norwegian University of Science and Technology, published as study in 2009 investigating the relationship of speculative interest in commodity markets and price volatility.”
“Tore Ingersoll-Thorp, Sleepwalkers' Artistic Director, was one of the first people to find my work and not only believe in it, but invest -- money, time, energy, and love -- and a playwright can't get by in this world without investors.”
“I think we'll see strong demand, according to Nordea analyst Tore Ostby.”
“It's first CEO, Tore Godal, brought people and institutions together, gave GAVI a strategic vision and inspired innovation in an area of global health that had stagnated.”
“Arbeiderparti Victims of last week's attacks included Tore Eikeland, 21, seen addressing a Labor convention in April.”
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