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“Agence France-Presse/Getty Images The gardens remain closed to the public duri ng the rest of the year.”
“The story of Mike Douglas's death became news duri ng George W. Bush's first campaign for president, in 2000, but the circumstances surrounding it were always known in Midland.”
“The U.S. crackdown gathered steam quickly duri ng the past week, as the Federal Bureau of Investigation raided offices of hedge funds controlling billions of dollars, and demanded trading records and other information from some of the biggest investment firms in the country.”
“She weighed in on the president's job performance duri ...”
“E si puo eliminare la carne per i vegetariani o i tempi duri.”
“This decisive break could be due to the nature of the soils and topography, as the miombo woodlands surrounding Itigi-Sumbu Thicket tend to occur on plateaus and hills where the soils are rocky, while the thickets reside on alluvial soils lying over a hard "duri-crust.”
“Janet Jackson was dancing and singing (or lip syncing) with Justin Timberlake, and duri ...”
“Republicans and self-styled "Christians" are agog over what Andrea Mitchell of NBC characterized as the "crisp, immediate, forceful response" John McCain gave to Rick Warren's question about evil duri ...”
“It was remarkable both for the magnitude of the error to which it corresponded, and for the fact that it was being uttered at all duri ...”
“Monday when Mark Soohoo, the Republican Internet strategist for John McCain defended his candidate's legitimacy as someone with a deep understanding of how technology can revolutionize government duri ...”
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