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“Few businesses these days are into offering the all-expenses-paid trip of a lifetime.”
“And while African pastors are given the bare minimum to attend funerals of their close relatives, the Brazilian pastors receive all-expenses-paid returns home that have amounted to up to R20 000, local pastors claim.”
“The prize for participants was a chance to win an all-expenses-paid trip for two to Dadaab, home to 332,000 refugees from Somalia and Ethiopia.”
“Must be nice to get paid to go on an all-expenses-paid two-week cross country sightseeing tour.”
“A brilliant ploy by Palin - exchanging a real job (sort of) for a non-job ... er, con-job, an all-expenses-paid, big-money traveling side show around the U.S., courtesy of "the world-is-flat" rightsiders with dollars to burn and no sense at all.”
“Presley Enterprises in Tennessee has offered Pena and his family an all-expenses-paid trip to Graceland.”
“In the Senate, the much-ridiculed "Cornhusker Kickback" gave Nebraska an all-expenses-paid Medicaid expansion program.”
“Iranian officials have suggested that the all-expenses-paid visit take place on January 15 and 16, ahead of Iran's talks on its nuclear program in Istanbul later this month with world powers.”
“The Swiss and U.S. teams are in some sense arguing over who gets an all-expenses-paid trip to Stockholm to meet the King, for a Nobel Prize, Boss says.”
“In exchange, Team in Training provides weekly training runs and an all-expenses-paid trip to her race events, including hotel and airfare.”
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