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  • Following the dis cussion, Ambassador Goonetilleke said: I am satisfied that Intelsat is taking these unauthorised transmissions very seriously, and believe it would do all that it can to stop the terrorist transmissions.

    Sri Lankan Terrorists Hack Satellite | Impact Lab

  • Mayor Sam, good move on your part to screen out the nonsence. there are many issues that need thoughtful dis cussion, The decline of the "LA ANTONIA TIMES", Prop R, Prop H, Skid Road, Neighborhood Councils, and the "CITY CLOWNCIL", to start with.

    It had to come to this

  • She was growing increasingly frustrated at the turn the dis-cussion was taking.

    The Chronicles of Riddick

  • In our supersensitive society, offense is taken so easily that honest dis - cussion of most controversial issues is virtually nonexistent, especially in the hallways of power.

    Who's Looking Out for You

  • "Levelis is an old fool," Lady Moth snapped, joining the dis-cussion, wineglass in hand, "and if it had been left up to him, I'd still be penned up on my estate next Midwinter."

    Elvenborn

  • Having unintentionally struck a topic of mutual non-professional interest, they engaged in an animated dis-cussion of music imaging, both human and thranx.

    The Howling Stones

  • Fawn hoped that a description of the stones under dis-cussion might offer a clue as to their function.

    The Howling Stones

  • After some dis-cussion it was determined that the first library should also go.

    Sentenced To Prism

  • The reason for his friend's unaccount-able exhaustion the night before was brought out in dis-cussion when Evan mentioned the business of sleeping.

    Sentenced To Prism

  • Further dis-cussion would have to wait until morning.

    Voyage To The City Of The Dead

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