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“It does seem, however, that it must have contained some material that did not agree with the New Testament accounts of John and Jesus-otherwise it would have been preserved in the public domain in some form.”
“Though Cheney didnt agree with the decision to fire Rumsfeld, he too, Bush said, was a more-troops man.”
“Even so, when a key intelligence agency states that it does not agree with a principal findingas the State Departments intelligence arm did when it came to whether Iraq was reconstituting its nuclear weapons programthe national security adviser not only needs to know that, but must so inform the president.”
“Have to agree with Open Office, it's sloooowww but if it meets the needs of others who like open source, more power to them.”
“I called Frazer, who said, “I agree with you 100 percent,” and that Burns had no idea what he was doing in the middle of this African issue.”
“By now, France, Japan, and several other Council members had begun to agree with my point that whatever redeployment we might consider for UNMEE, it had to be decided in the context of the overall boundary dispute, and whether UNMEE still had a long-term role.”
“The Goblin Market seemed to agree with Nick, drawing in closer, a tight, angry knot.”
“Psaume was also requested by the Archbishops of Reims and Trier to co-ordinate French ecclesiastical legislation and make it agree with the canons and decrees of the Council of Trent.”
“I knew he wanted me to move the telescope, to focus now on Rosslare Harbour, on Tuskar Rock, on Raven Point, on the strand at Curracloe, agree with him that they could be seen so clearly even in this faded evening light.”
“Mrs. Norton broke into a big smile but there was a lackluster quality to her eyes, as if the top half of her face did not agree with the bottom.”
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