“All of a sudden [redundant - ed.] [T] he [R] ight is quoting polls like never before [;] especially their fav [orite] Rasmussen mouth  piece [, Rasmussen].”
“Yes, it's unfair to students whose parents cant support them while they're doing this or pay for them to go to a top-name college in the dc area, which is why I'd like to see more paid internships, but most interns are college students/grads (some colleges require internships before graduating) who are doing this to gain work experience and to try and figure out if something is the "ight" career for them …”
“But that bobble head doll poll to the right sure sends the (R) ight a sure message, NO?”
“The game looks to make great use of Vita's controls: the dual sticks allow a standard console FPS movement interface, while the left shoulder button does an iron ight zoom in, as we'd expect.”
“Long popular in the restaurant and food industry, the color red of late is making brash new strokes, gracing high-end supper clubs such as the Darby and the futuristic-looking Bar Basque in the Eventi hotel, and br ight splashes in smaller ways, from banquettes in the posh Lambs Club to doors in the anticipated new restaurant the Dutch.”
“OK, the extremes are always clearly evident, but there is room in the world for natural remedies. ight now I am suffering from a gout attack that came as a result of an antibiotic that I was taking.”
“[R] ight now the economy and banking system are awash in liquidity with trillions of dollars lying idle or searching for places to be deployed," Kansas City Fed President Thomas M. Hoenig said Oct. 12.”
“Letters after the dash refer to positions: (L) eft, (R) ight or (C) entral.”
“It has the f; ight of the concorde, and the words, It came from Canada.”
“Henry Stuart leaves his family and friends, and takes ﬂ ight to Alabama, albeit for medical reasons.”
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