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“Anytime there's some sort of perceived crack in the next few years that we're in competition together, it's going to be identified as an 'ah-ha' moment.”
“I'm writing it again because the universal ah-ha moment seems to be approaching as fast as a Texas tornado.”
“And there was this sort of ‘ah-ha’ moment that we had really bitten off more than we needed to chew and probably could chew, with regard to defeating the Taliban, and that was central.”
“And there was a real ‘ah-ha’ moment that this was going to be a two-way street between what was requested and what was provided.”
“I also think it is bit ridiculous to cite the 2003 FMAP increase and then leap forward 4 or 5 years and say, ah-ha, states went on a spending spree.”
“The ah-ha moment came quite a few years ago when we knew we needed a bold plan," said Deborah Dagit , the pharmaceutical giant's chief diversity officer.”
“Did you have an ah-ha! moment which helped you put it all together?”
“Soon every Weed in America experienced her own "ah-ha" moment: If they already sold their souls to be with a married celebrity, they may as well sell their stories, too.”
“Let's see what your Seattle Geniuses are up to .... ah-ha ...”
“But this time prosecutors don't plan to put Albaugh on the witness stand because he recently told them he had an "ah-ha" moment and realized that he wasn't giving favors to Abramoff clients because of the gifts.”
Looking for tweets for ah-ha.