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“But my examination of the 1989 Time magazine propaganda piece “Death by Gun” leads me to conclude that gun suicides involve a lotof:”
“The famous Baker Street address remains the same, but the pipe has been replaced by nicotine patches – three for a difficult case that needs a lotof deep thought concentration.”
“New Jersey, not a lotof money, a granny who had a difficult relationship with Brooke's mum.”
“But my examination of the 1989 Time magazine propaganda piece “Death by Gun” leads me to conclude that gun suicides involve a lotof: 1. People with painful, terminal illnesses who see no point in going on.”
“Hillary's presence would altimately make a lotof independants not vote.”
“There is an awful lotof time involved before you have polished a 5000-word story to the extent that you're happy to send it to any of the 'big three' magazines.”
“Your child will be doing a lot of walking and might be climbing a lotof steps as well.”
“We don't make a lotof money butwe made enough to give us a reasonable standard of living and the contribution we make to genetic diversity was real enough.”
“Amazon generally does, anda lotof my purchases have been through Amazon not only in the US, but also in UK and Canada.”
“I got a lotof muscle pains," he says of the side effects.”
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