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“• 12 / 17 / 2005 - Sirius's Companion Star, Sirius B, Finally "Weighed”
“Weighed against this, however, must be the chance of being humiliated by a judge, possibly censured, now that the legal system has started blowing the whistle on cases that strain to arrange the ill- fitting garments of criminal law around business defendants.”
“Weighed in at a little over 95kg the other day, but am sure a fair bit of that was fluid loss after the bike ride, cos weight came back up by 1-2 kgs pretty quick.”
“SYDNEY—Weighed down by the strong Australian dollar, overseas competition and a proposed tax on carbon emissions, Australian steelmaking in Australia aces an uncertain future.”
“Weighed against the benefits, not the least of which might be teacher time spent waiting at the copy machine, I think less than $500 is pretty awesome.”
“Weighed down by the fact, reported here, that one of the prime movers in the project was a former member of the EDL, and allegations – vehemently disputed – that others have EDL sympathies, gay and lesbian groups withdrew their support and the event, set for 2 April, has been cancelled.”
“Weighed down by cash, he returned to Belgian football with Anderlecht in the summer but he proved a menace here, striking the bar early on and forcing Camp into one of many excellent stops.”
“Weighed down by roughly $1 billion in debt that comes due in April, Lee plans to ask lenders in coming weeks to exchange their current debt for new debt that matures later and pays higher interest rates, the people said.”
“Related Reading China Reserve Changes Weighed Heard on the Street: Hot Money Heads for the Exit The reserves totaled $3.18 trillion at the end of December, a drop of $20.55 billion from the third quarter of the year, data from the People's Bank of China showed on Friday.”
“Weighed down by weakened demand for Japanese ships, exports also fell 3.3% year-to-year, compared with a 1.6% decrease in June.”
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