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“Just ask those of the Tea Party, particularly the top eschelon, what kind of health insurance coverage they have?”
“There's been a tendency to place Wright in the upper eschelon of his contemporaries, alongside Harvey Kurtzman and Charles Schulz.”
“Not only a member of the rich and unfaithful eschelon, Hunter's father, James Druck, was part of the horse-murder scandal that spanned ten years, from the late 1970s and 1980s.”
“I'd like to see Gore back in the top eschelon of government, but not necessarily as the VP.”
“Case began to key the sequence the Finn had purchased from a mid-eschelon sarariman with severe drug problems.”
“The highest eschelon of Hillary's campaign is just power hungry to the core with little, if any principles.”
“I only met the woman once, but certainly know her reputation. one story i have to share is hearing that she was red-eyed and crying at news, a tale i've heard about many of the other upper-eschelon getting handed their walking papers in the last year or so....”
“She did, and ended up in a string of mutually destructive relationships with the less intelligent eschelon of our class.”
“I have first-hand experience donating money to a candidate with his guarentee that we agree on the issue, but given the opportunity, he voted a lie (the Ohio election butt-fuck of minority voters) that might give him favor in the upper eschelon of the Democratic Party.”
“African National Congress organiser Nathaniel Ngakantsi told Sapa the atmosphere in the normally tense Station Street was "quite festive now that the Bophuthatswana Defence Force seems to be siding with the people". ower eschelon police are to meet senior officers on Thursday and are believed to be refusing to be used against protesters.”
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