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“Coercive interrogation tactics must come to an end, asthis kind of practice compromises the entire public's safety.”
“Besides, the writer of the 14th Amendment (John Bingham) defined Natural Born Citizen during the hearings for the 14A asthis:”
“One does, though, feel like a voyeur when looking at images such asthis.”
“So here the Cavatina was marginally faster and lessweighty than it had been six monthsago, and on those fine gradations great quartet-playing such asthis is built.”
“It is not something we should look at doing in the short term because the current situation is not sustainable and it would be a profound mistake to pump weapons into a lawless or even semi-lawless zone such asthis.”
“I have a suggestion for principals, for situations such asthis.”
“Besides, the writer of the 14th Amendment John Bingham defined Natural Born Citizen during the hearings for the 14A asthis:”
“Scheper-Hughes said investigations by her and by various news investigations (such asthis one fromNewsweek) indicate the sale of live organs isn't as widespread in the U.S. as it is in some other countries, but it does exist here.”
“My experience representing poor people is that they are generally very aware of how vulnerable they are, and how disadvantaged they would be in a circumstance such asthis.”
“It seems to me there should be a remedy for the publication of private facts, especially in a case such asthis.”
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