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  • It will be no mean feat, especially considering they will need to take down MS Exchange as the incubent.

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  • Why do you find a DEMOCRATIC process so tivial, and previously have continued to back a losing incubent president, who, incindently. fits all of the requirements of an international bandit??

    Reid Endorses July 1 Ultimatum For Super-Delegates

  • John Major resigned as leader of the incubent Conservative Party and called for elections because of doubts regarding his leadership capabilities by a more right-wing group called the Euroskeptics.

    1995, Feb. 22

  • All these laws these private incubent interests push to work in their favor ARE the regulation in question.

    Mark Shuttleworth

  • If it was not for the big lie perpetrated by incubent Democrats, Republican and fanatic stupid voters

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Conversely, companies from emerging markets have a chance to grow when incubent players stumble.

    The Financial Express

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