Did you mayhaps mean peter?
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“Pity he was so dreamy and romantic, _et cetera, et cetera_.”
“Hooliam gave out a great story, how a big storm came up on the lake, and how Nick fell overboard, _et cetera, et cetera_; Garth wasn't mentioned in it at all!”
“Because nudity et cetera is so censored and regulated here, we pretty much suck, relatively, at showing the nuances of male-female relationships.”
“Northrop Grumman, et cetera, that is not to say they don't have some things in common with their much larger corporate brethren.”
“BECK: In the book, "Daniel X" this is "The Dangerous Days of Daniel X" and this is written for -- to get kids involved in reading and families to read together, et cetera, which is”
“Mitt Romney is the -- if you will, Lee Iacocca that can come in and has turned companies around, he is a businessman, et cetera, et cetera, that is his strong point.”
“With respect to the exact numbers of aircraft, et cetera, that is very much in the State Department's lane as far as how many planes they think they would need to get into the country to evacuate the numbers of people that the ambassador says need to be evacuated.”
“And while it might be easy for investors to say, "Gee, pure-play companies are a lot easier for us to value," et cetera, that is not what the identity or strategy of this company has been.”
“And yeah, it is a different structure in terms of tickets and everything else, but it is still the significant majority of our volume, our transactions, et cetera, which is likely to come through the income statement assuming an ISO were to keep a portion of the interchange reduction as both revenue and expense.”
“And that's the hard-dollar savings - that's not even trying to account for productivity savings, et cetera, which is tens of millions if you try to factor that in.”
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