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“Under the plan, trade-surplus countries have agreed to shift awayfrom export-led growth to domestic consumption.”
“Eyewitnesses and Mr. Alvarez's attorneys have said the gun recovered at the scene belonged to Mr. Soto, and that Mr. Alvarez would have only had the weapon because he wrestled it awayfrom Mr. Sotoin self-defense.”
“Fujitsu has started shipping the first eight large refrigerator-sized computer racks to Riken's facility in the port city of Kobe, about 200 miles awayfrom the factory.”
“What with all the blather about litmus tests, I just hope that the President will not nominate another fool who thinks that a lynching is an event that its victim walks awayfrom.”
“It was an inherently conservative message in a moment when more and more Americans seemed to be turning awayfrom God.”
“The objective of SL and its apologists is shift the focus of debateinternationally awayfrom war crimes and sanctions for SL's genocide to the fate of a few asylum seekers (78 and 208) forgetting that the asylum seekers is the creation of the brutal genocide in SL.”
“Stepping awayfrom the preparations, Gabe shared a teaser of the menu with me yesterday.”
“*This is a great game forthe entire family and he looks forward to being able toget online with our children and play this game together when he is awayfrom home on military duty.”
“The intricate and dynamicmovie concerns an ongoing conflict between The Eastern Federation and Europa, the genetic creation of superhumans (Neo-Humans), robotic battles and ghostly apparitions, and was shot on a digital backlot, resulting in a visually arresting CGI epic (and thankfullya million aesthetically beautiful miles awayfrom later inferior CGI projects like Mutant Chronicles).”
“The mental distress was caused as part of a consensual relationship that either party could have walked awayfrom.”
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