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“In addition, Libyan officials never signed a separate form known as a "long-form confirmation," these people said.”
“Those so-called long-form races are now dominated by public broadcasting, basic cable networks and, mostly, pay cabler HBO.”
“He decided against a bid last year after attacking Mr. Obama relentlessly about releasing the so-called "long-form" of his birth certificate from the state of Hawaii.”
“But you've seen his," asked Parade, referring to the long-form Hawaii birth certificated released by the state last April.”
“The so-called long-form certificate had become the central issue for many of the so-called birthers, and for Donald Trump, who is mulling over a presidential bid and had said it was possible that Obama was pulling "one of the great cons in the history of politics.”
“The volume of broadcast-quality, long-form documentary content available online is growing, fast.”
“Research TV Genius did last summer showed that 90% of people on social networks make suggestions about what to watch, but only about 10% of people take up the suggestions if they are about long-form TV programmes.”
“I can't really comment on the female dominated casual gamer world, but in terms of long-form material, I'm married to and work with a female gamer/sci-fi fan (it's the same person).”
“The long-form commercial is about a group of 80-year-olds, which means the concept would automatically be dismissed by most U.S. companies who feel that the subject matter alone would turn off their younger and presumably more desirable customers.”
“Perhaps we would finally find out the politically-explosive funding sources for the 9/11 building demolitions, the effort to impose Sharia Law on small towns in rural America and the Hawaiian fake long-form birth certificate bribing scandal.”
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