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“And Senator Specter has been a vocal critic of the Administration on this issue, reaching his apex of pique when the Vice President snubbed him by trying to influence the Judiciary Committee without telling Specter -- even though at a Republican caucus Specter had "walked directly in front of [Cheney] on at least two occasions enroute from the buffet to my table.”
“It is not clear in public record why she was on the aircraft, although Phyllis Allard, Richard Allard's mother, has said that the aircraft was carrying passengers enroute from a hospital and that Colburn was a Red Cross worker.)”
“The family is "enroute" from Washington. indytransponder Photo gallery: Dover Air Force Base Open House -”
“Fourteen days later, the 1st Battalion, 4th Marines departed China, enroute to the Philippines.”
“That left him with 70 points in a tie for third with Tolliver, who had four birdies Sunday on the front nine enroute to a 3-under-par 69.”
“Why not give the guy medical treatment enroute to another country escorted by CIA officials that would be to easy ....”
“The ferry was carrying around 140 passengers enroute from Cheung Chau, an island in the southwest of the city that is also a popular destination for tourists.”
“Commendable as that is, Cuba's search for oil in the Florida Straits could be thwarted altogether if the United States swiftly tightened its sanctions on Cuba by withholding U.S. executive visas for the Castro regime's foreign partners; stripping those partners of drilling rights and concessions in the United States and our off-shore waters; multiplying their legal liabilities; and legally disqualifying use of the drilling rig Scarabeo 9 that is now enroute to Cuba.”
“I can take this pup now to the rehab center... but the trauma of moving him off the beach will probably kill him enroute.”
“The landing Chautauqua jet, enroute from LaCrosse, Wisconsin, was told to discontinue its approach.”
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