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“Or could it have been an economic cri de coeur from Tanya, forced by circumstances in these difficult times to abandon her grown-up booze and return to her more competitively priced student tipple?”
“Hernando de Soto on property and the financial cri ...”
“His plaintive cri de coeur— "everything is lost"—suggests just how far-reaching and detailed his vision was.”
“Criticism of Ms. Palin for her cri de coeur is like demanding that "turning the other cheek" be made the law of the land.”
“That speech last night was a cri de guerre," he continued, adding that Paul was the "actual essence of Goldwaterism.”
“This comment is not specific to this post, but rather a cri de coeur:”
“As for McDonald's cri du coeur, "Send the crooks to jail!”
“Was this a calculated but unnecessary Sister Souljah moment or a cri de coeur prompted by ingrate liberals?”
“It also undercut arguments that prices would have to rally to $5.50 or even $6 to chase buyers away and stave off a supply cri sis.”
“What began as an individual cri de coeur became an international movement working to protect anyone imprisoned for the expression of dissenting opinion.”
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