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“Referring to the fast-approaching 2015 deadline for achieving the Millennium Development Goals MDGs, Grynspan added, "Now we need to start thinking about growth without exclusion.”
“- Seeming upbeat as usual, Miami quarterback Jacory Harris did not hesitate when asked about the fast-approaching start of the Hurricanes' season.”
“Given that Dravid and Tendulkar are aged 38, while VVS Laxman is almost 37, this series has raised the specter of a time, which is fast-approaching, when retirements rip the heart out of India's batting lineup.”
“But this one seems like it might qualify: the Democratic Party will suffer a colossal defeat in the fast-approaching midterm congressional elections.”
“But this ultimate self-destruct—the rock bottom moment—was always fast-approaching I guess, in whatever monstrous form.”
“Senate Budget Committee Chairman Kent Conrad D-N.D. discussed the fast-approaching threat of a government shutdown.”
“His plan was to stake out some higher ground with those guerrillas outside of Tarin Kowt and call in airstrikes from there onto the fast-approaching Taliban convoy.”
“Mr. Cuomo, a Democratic candidate for governor, denied that politics would drive the timing of a potential plea by Mr. Hevesi, the biggest in the long-running corruption probe, based on the fast-approaching November election.”
“Like others who support the BRT, the Bus Riders Union knows that half a loaf is better than none and that Metro faces a fast-approaching September deadline if it wants the federal dollars it needs to do a pretty good version of the project.”
“If there was applause or noise at the game, which in Latin America is a constant, the wooden structures above me would echo with the sound of it all, like fast-approaching and receding thunder laced with laughter and many forms of humorous verbal assault.”
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