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“Matt note: Edited to add hyperlinks in defiance of MT-Blacklist.”
“Feeling certain that popular opinion would be with him in case he decided to lead in this struggle, I was convinced that the delay in announcing his attitude toward the Smith-Nugent "defi" was dampening the ardour and enthusiasm of many of his friends.”
“Their world was defi ned by what went on within this border, contrasted by what happened "over there.”
“Portugal's budget defi cit last year, at 9.4% of GDP, is lower than those of Greece, Ireland or Spain, but still more than three times as high as euro-zone rules permit.”
“Combining these two policies, his proposal saves on net $74 billion in 2011, which would reduce the defi cit by only 5.5%.”
“Our New Direction is committed to “Pay As You Go” budgeting - no more defi cit spending.”
“She would have to hide this complication from her brother, who defi - nitely would not understand.”
“Then, too, California could come to be defi ned by its ties to the emerging Chinese titan across the Pacific, by its global cities, or by the threads binding it to the universal civilization in the making.”
“If i'm making casserole its defi got to be a big thing.!”
“Evil is defi nitely walking once again in the Texas Hill Country.”
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