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  • Unfortunately, Park Ranger Adelaida Del Pilar and Sgt. Jessica Carrero didn't give me an opportunity to locate the playing fields of my youthful triumph: Virtually from the moment I got off the no. 6 train at its terminus in the Bronx and they met me in their Parks Department SUV, we were off birdwatching.

    Birding on the City's Far Edge

  • She's now the director of the Trauma and Anxiety Recovery Program at Emory University, part owner of the company called Virtually Better.

    CNN Transcript Jan 28, 2007

  • "Virtually" because there is a small percentage of women who carry a genetic mutation that makes them supersensitive to radiation.

    The Verdict's Still Out

  • He did say "Underground AND Mainline stations" and at "Virtually" the same time.

    Awards ceremony

  • "Virtually", the Cuban leader went on to say, "the developing countries lenders, not debtors, for it is precisely by the sweat and blood of their people that the wealth, which ensures the present level of development of the leading capitalist countries, has been amassed".


  • We offer a 30 Day Trial Period so choosing Office Pioneer is "Virtually" at no risk to you for trying our service.

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  • The idea of using the word "Virtually" in marketing

    The Reasoner

  • Neurologic & Orthopedic Hospital Of Chicago uses the word "Virtually" to describe a pain free knee replacement program, and describes the limitation too.

    The Reasoner

  • No. "Virtually" refers to the first $2. 5million in cost overruns.


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