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  • In October, job losses continued in manufacturing, construc - tion, and several service-providing industries.

    Eschaton

  • A figure in an orange jumpsuit stepped from a gap in the hull of a bulbous construc - tion vehicle and stood beside one of the thing's piston-driven, weirdly anthropomorphic arms.

    Wonder Woman and the Lasso of Truth

  • His favorite modus operandi over the years has been construc ...

    Jackson Williams: Dr. Rove Will See You Now, Gov. Palin

  • HIV renegades sometimes seem as if their main goal is mayhem, not construc - tive discourse.

    The Hiv Disbelievers

  • Rob I like this new verbal construc Corpstream Media.

    Gore Reflux, Corpstream Media and Taking Impeachment Local

  • The best way to cut costs - which ought to be a priority - is to make a decision that will stick so that construc tion can be underway in 2009.

    Sound Politics: What would Gregoire do without 30 Dems?

  • Most of these newer buildings were made of wood, and many showed signs of uncharacteristically hasty construc - tion and shoddy workmanship.

    Flint, the King

  • Rights from 1997 to 1999, in which it has been playing a construc - tive and leading role.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • To ensure the emergency supply, the Departmentbought a portion of the yield of Maritsane Dam which was construc of the emergency draw off point urpose dam, its long-term primaryng developed as a coffee and mac known for establishing a tea industry in South Africa.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Jobs will not only be created during the construc - tion stages, but will continue to do so as the velops.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

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