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“The state utility comm ission requires inspections every five years.”
“If he were in charge of construction instead of purchasing materials and raising money, Huntington said, “I would build the cheapest road that I could and have it accepted by the [government] Comm[ission] so it moves ahead fast.””
“The sanguinary monsters that have de [luged] France with blood, in order to prepare the people for the [comm] ission of every crime, and thereby carry their nefarious”
“Coach recd the Com [ission?] grew lamer the Gout in my left foot had an uneasier night rise twice my”
“GEORGE - The Washington County Comm-ission delayed a decision to move forward with a lawsuit against online travel sites like Hotels. com, Orbitz and Expedia, on Tuesday, citing a need to further explore the county's chances of winning.”
“But he was so rash & heady as he would take no advice, nor would suffer Captaine Standish to have time to summone them, (who had co [= m] ission & order so to doe,) neither would doe it him selfe; the which, it was like, if it had been done, & they come to affaire parley, seeing their force, they would have yeelded.”
“The state's Resident Electoral Commissioner (REC), Mrs. Ayoka Adebayo, arrived the Independent Natio-nal Electoral Comm-ission (INEC) office in Ado-Ekiti, the state capital, around 2 pm yesterday amid tight security.”
“Nigerian Deposit Insurance Comm-ission (NDIC) and other regulatory bodies in the sector to collaborate effectively in order to address the crisis and save the economy from further gloom.”
“Game Time has turned in a formal request for a zoning change, kicking off a process that next includes an Aug. 4 public hearing before the Planning Comm-ission.”
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