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“And because Rome was, then as always, the capital of our fortunes, the cleaning-up process must needs begin at Rome.”
“As any Montessori kindergartener can handle serving, eating, and cleaning-up after himself, a teacher shouldn't need to be an educational wizard to turn the daily at-desk breakfast routine into a teachable moment on personable responsibility.”
“A vocal group at Blaine Elementary argues that the 10 minutes spent serving, eating, and cleaning-up breakfast -- which could easily balloon into 15 or 20 minutes -- will gobble-up precious classroom instructional time amounting to at least 10 days a year.”
“I think it would take some additional, cleaning-up bills – perhaps through budget reconciliation – to get HCR to the point where Democrats could brag about it.”
“We must accelerate, in a conclusive and transparent way, the correct valuation and cleaning-up of financial institutions' balance sheets.”
“In a statement, McDonnell indicated that operations at impacted state agencies have now been restored and attention has now turned to cleaning-up data lost during the crash and examining the causes of the problems.”
“Every year, after a vigorous cleaning-up (or in the case of certain critical cases, a full-blown rescue), a new crop of classics - some of them fringe, some of them mainstream - gets a Cannes platform.”
“If I'm running a comic strip, I usually spend Sunday scanning and cleaning-up and line up a week's worth of strips.”
“Detroit has, admittedly, gone a long way towards cleaning-up these problems including sexism, and now it's GM's turn to try and do so in a stronger, more public way than ever before and to outshine their competitors in this arena, as well.”
“Some folks have been wondering what I mean when I talk about cleaning-up artwork.”
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