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“Not only was he referring to the all-too-common deceptive practices we've been fighting for years.”
“Soon you will be able to answer in the affirmative the all-too-common question “What are you, a lawyer?””
“Paul Getty Museum, aims to broaden and correct this all-too-common view.”
“It always struck me as strange the fact that he took these all-too-common City no-shows as a personal insult.”
“These actions reflect an all-too-common authoritarian goal, a goal that vested interests have pursued since the days of Galileo: forcibly silencing freedom of speech, thought, inquiry and expression that runs counter to the vested interests.”
“There was no "clear reference" to the tea party movement – only the counter-productive and all-too-common punditry of today.”
“This may be an all-too-common scenario, as adult children struggle to take care of aging parents, and sometimes grandparents, and their often- complex medical needs.”
“Phil further FOIAd Mr. Sawyer, and got the all-too-common”
“In these last pressure-cooker months of high school, some kids will make the all-too-common and all-too-dangerous mistake of drinking and driving.”
“But apart from falling into an all-too-common stereotype, my experiences with European men were rarely uncomfortable, let alone unpleasant.”
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