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“Families in these economic circumstances would be hard pressed indeed to find disposal income to buy books, computers, and broad-band access.”
“Saum then proceeded to pour colloidal silver based ASAP antiseptic gel, from American Biotech Labs, into the open wound, and drank a couple tablespoons of their broad-band SilverBiotics solution, several times a day.”
“Oil of oregano is another broad-band super-herb with powerful ant-oxidant, antiviral, antifungal, anti-parasite and antibacterial properties.”
“Better yet, if his initiatives excel in launching private-sector investments -- and broad-based employment from inner cities to Silicon Valley -- in clean energy, infrastructure, broad-band expansion, and exportable technologies, he may even be seen as a social or compassionate capitalist.”
“Haidtâ€ ™ s suggestion is partly that morally broad-band conservatives are better able to exploit the emotional logic of religiosity by deploying rhetoric and imagery that calls on powerful sentiments of elevation and disgust.”
“Rats I ` ve missed this all weekend ... oh well broad-band back soon”
“This means better roads and airports; pervasive broad-band capability; and a bigger and smarter electricity grid.”
“The White House just opened a $15 billion bid competition for broad-band Internet projects, high-speed rail lines and electricity-grid modification.”
“The second is an upgrade card that will turn a personal computer into a receiver for TV programming and broad-band Internet access.”
“For instance, if the type of companies you are applying to have a strong, branded online presence they are going to investigate how you broad-band brand yourself.”
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