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“This explains why, then, HarperCollins has just "sentcomedian Sarah Silverman a contract of $2.5 million forher first book".”
“More importantly, that rationale had policy implications forher.”
“Consider posting other pictures about the book — for example, one author of mine posts snapshots of her traveling on research trips forher books.”
“This week she talks about the inspiration forher latest release and the YA market.”
“Janine studied the explosion of government contracting as part of her research forher bookShadow Eliteand in a follow-on study (supported by the Ford Foundation), Selling Out Uncle Sam: How the Myth of Small Government Undermines National Security, soon to be released.”
“The American Pie actress had already started making plans forher big day, and had reportedly enlisted wedding dress designer Rani Totman to style her for the intimate ceremony.”
“Whilst Krista is shooting a few scenes forher new movie (Marino) close to atemple in Bangkok, Thailand, Krista was staggered when a cop almost detained her.”
“ Rosalie smiled appreciatively, as ifhewere doing the favor forher.”
“You can have my tent, and well find a place forher.”
“But in the end, some of the Republicans are going to vote forher.”
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