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“The voyage marks the first time Chinese authorities have sent a large patrol boat to visit a foreign country, although other nations routinely carry-out such missions as a way to improve relations.”
“Ishigami, too shy to speak to Yasuko otherwise, each day goes to the carry-out shop where she works to order his lunch from her.”
“And yet, something is at stake in how we finance, design, construct and carry-out projects.”
“We'd rank this carry-out burger joint just ahead of Michelle Obama as the South Shore's finest product, and not even Kanye another South Shore expat would dispute it.”
“The carry lookahead unit also generates the carry-out bit.”
“In addition to these functions, the ALU should have a carry-in, and flags for carry-out (C), overflow (V), zero (Z), and negative (N).”
“When the first branch opened in 2002, London lacked high-end carry-out food shops like New York's Dean and Deluca and Zabar's.”
“The fresh open-air design is a revelation, with elevators and escalators placed strategically around the central mall, and I was impressed by the plethora of comfortable seating arrangements, children's play areas, kiosks of all kinds, even concierge desks on all three floors for such serves as package carry-out and information.”
“Usually while holding a bag full of carry-out alcohol.”
“The new pizzas, said to feed two people and boasting a promotional price of $7.99, also present a stark contrast to Pizza Hut's "$10: any pizza, any size, any toppings, delivery, carry-out or dine-in" promotion.”
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