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  • Here are some basic good-sense questions to ask when thinking about financial services options:

    Patrice Peyret: Check vs. Card

  • With a deft hand and the good-sense to the let the colorful characters do the talking, Hawes-Davis reveals a remarkable, brutal, frequently hilarious, and 100% American tale. www.cduniverse.com

    Killing Coyotes

  • Beddoes, I say, born amidst the very rage and triumph of the Byronian heresy, — nay, in a preface more remarkable for good-nature than good-sense, eulogizing some of the prose-poets, — let what does Minor Beddoes?

    Review

  • Instead, we offer clarity, good-sense and great writing about what matters most, when it matters.

    American Bred

  • There was some good-sense in the notion of seeing further.

    The Woodlanders

  • However the message I take from Balzac is that if I persevere with my hair-brained schemes in spite of all good-sense advice to the contrary and real-life inpingements on my fantasies, I may yet achieve my goals.

    Honoré de Balzac: Lost Illusions

  • You wonder what makes these good-sense publications give such fancy views.

    Reader reviews of Brick Lane by Monica Ali.

  • He paused, reflected, and with his blunt good-sense saw at once the dangers of such an arrangement.

    Pierre And Jean

  • Cato, in which he reproached him with cowardice; and that he could not be content to lie secure himself within walls and trenches, but he must hinder others from boldly using their own good-sense to seize the right opportunity.

    The Lives of the Noble Grecians and Romans

  • I would think that's a good-sense judgment of the American people.

    CNN Transcript - Larry King Live: Don Imus Discusses Campaign 2000 - February 24, 2000

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