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“The first Super Bowl foray into advocacy politics, the much-anticipated Tim Tebow spot by Focus on the Family, was tastefully done.”
“In a much-anticipated speech to global monetary policymakers gathered in Wyoming, Mr. Bernanke didn't elaborate on the central bank's remaining tools to boost the economy, which could have been a sign that the Fed was leaning toward action.”
“Pizzacone, the much-anticipated new addition to the New York pizza scene will be opening today.”
“Less than a month after the debut of its much-anticipated Amazon Kindle2 e-book reader, Amazon opened its formidable e-book library to a much larger potential audience: Apple iPhone and iPod Touch users.”
“District Judge Donald Molloy made his much-anticipated ruling regarding the Montana and Idaho wolf hunts.”
“Or do you want to see your first glimpse of the much-anticipated toe-to-toe battle between Mark Cavendish and André Greipel, and whether guys like Robbie McEwen, Tyler Farrar and Allan Davis stand a chance?”
“JVC Kenwood Holdings rose 15% as investors exited their short positions after the company announced its much-anticipated equity capital increase plan Thursday.”
“During his much-anticipated visit to Berlin, US General Stanley McChrystal, the commander of US and NATO forces in Afghanistan, refrained from making any demands for additional German troops.”
“To be sure, her much-anticipated remarks Friday to the Southern Republican Leadership Conference were laced with a heavy dose of Republican cheerleading that drew cheers from the audience of party activists who had earlier stampeded into the speech venue to snag prime seating for her appearance.”
“But if the signs and stickers being handed out by campaign volunteers at Crist's much-anticipated event in St. Petersburg on Thursday are any indication, Crist is not dropping out of the race.”
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