eighteen-month love

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  • Indeed, during one eighteen-month period that was studied by the department, on average, one officer per month was seriously injured in a case of resisting arrest.

    A Renegade History of the United States

  • The National Mall is the only space capable of hosting Obama, Beck, Stewart and Colbert in just an eighteen-month period.

    Caroline Cunningham: While We're Restoring Sanity, Let's Also Restore the National Mall

  • Despite the onerous workload of a freshman senator, Obama found time to write a 431-page book without any acknowledged writing help in what was roughly an eighteen-month window.

    Deconstructing Obama

  • Thus began an eighteen-month process to improve and Googleize the service into something called Google Voice.

    In the Plex

  • After numerous delays, which the Americans attributed to Mexican intransigence, the board finally met in Washington in August 1840, with an eighteen-month timetable for transfer to the arbitrator.

    A Country of Vast Designs

  • Seldom in American history up to that time had any president dominated a congressional session as Polk had dominated this one or filled any eighteen-month period with so many political accomplishments.

    A Country of Vast Designs

  • Ayed is a natural community organizer who convinced angry Budrus residents of the efficacy of nonviolence, got them involved, and kept them with the program over an eighteen-month period.

    Bob Burnett: Budrus : Good News From the West Bank

  • On December 1st after an extensive review of Afghanistan-Pakistan policy, the President announced his plan to send more troops to the region on an eighteen-month timeline contingent on the performance of the governments of Afghanistan and Pakistan.

    CEO Obama

  • So, in that eighteen-month period, I just, I blossomed.

    It’s What’s Inside the Lines That Counts

  • They went from first brother to third brother in eighteen-month intervals, all three the same Glasgow-short height, all three round and solid with greased, slicked-back, black hair.

    A Small Death in the Great Glen

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