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“Thinking spending money solves issues or firing a manager solves issues - these are short term cures that actually have tremendous costs for football clubs that are not often played out in the short term," Gazidis said.”
“The Florentine Codex lists chocolate as an ingredient in cures for stomach pain, diarrhea, and "the spitting of blood.”
“The only thing belligerence cures is old age. — tony”
“The need for cures is critical: Every five minutes, someone in this country is diagnosed with blood cancer.”
“They are treatment of bad societal symptoms not, which is what Cameron has to come up with, long term cures that will result in such palliative measures eventually being unnecessary.”
“To fix the issues that matter will be painful, and anyone addressing these issues and doing real long term cures will probably only have one term to do it.”
“The mud also has medicinal properties and is still used for certain cures along with the medicinal plants found in the area.”
“When the research results in cures and corrections that the human race has only dreamed of, the Greedy Old Pigs have every right to refuse treatment.”
“What struck me was the statement about patients already looking for cures from a center that had not even began its basic research.”
“To go on from the current hypothesis: as women's changing hormonal environment slowly drove up the number of breast-cancer cases, our mastery of the disease could have grown at such a rate that, year after year, the increase in cures precisely canceled out the increase in incidence, leaving the overall death rate unaffected.”
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