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“a fillibuster on a supreme court appointement is not the same as a fillibuster on a bill.”
“Yeah, but I still remember the hours of wainting to see my GP (only had to see him twice in 4 years luckly) – appointement taken 3 weeks before -, 10 minutes and no more to tell what I was suffering from, the refusal of giving me sickeness leave after a big acccident.”
“They have given him an appointement for July to discuess the results so we are assuming its nothing life threatening though it is happering his life quiet serverly and I'm sure that it will be affecting his over all health.”
“Matter of fact, just to put a point on it, they can hold the session for the express purpose of considering the appointement ... and then rejecting it, if they want.”
“Then again, maybe that's why you always have to wait for hours at the dentist's office, even with an appointement.”
“Cabinet appointments, and the appointement of premiers.”
“Instead, it had relied on the view that the appointement of the president of the bank was the birthright of the USA.”
“In reference to the reported Republican hub-bub surrounding the appointement of Genital HymenGeneral Hayden to head the CIA, I am starting to smell a funk emanating from the Dept. of Rovian Obfuscation.”
“Pepper would like to do it but is concerned that it'll make it look like he can't leave politics alone, especially after interviewing for the appointement to State Senate.”
“Ntoele, however, has yet to accept his appointement.”
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