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“Hopefully, nations can come together and finally hammer out some much-need climate policy at the next UN climate change convention in Mexico City.”
“The third quarter of 2009 included a $968 million pretax charge related to the completion of a $1.7 billion debt exchange that gave the company a much-need capital injection.”
“A day of much-need victories for struggling teams and teams that have something to prove.”
“Liu Xiaobo's Nobel Peace Prize has brought much-need attention to the struggle of others working for liberty in China.”
“Every individual who moves from external compulsion to internal awareness, from materialism to spirituality, contributes to much-need global change.”
“With Obama making the case and responding very directly to the critics of his ideas, as he did in Montana and New Hampshire, I am becoming very confident that much-need reform to the health care system will pass, despite the noise and lies being stirred up by the opposition. danel”
“He remarked to me that the new structure will offer much-need classroom space for his school, plus office space for the New Vision Foundation.”
“Exemplary soldiers, including much-need Arabic translators, were routinely expelled from the armed forces based on flimsy gossip.”
“Hers is the kind of much-need veracity that women who bear children almost never get and desperately need during the child-rearing years, as anyone who has ever become pregnant and longed for a little honesty will tell you.”
“Sounds like a perfect, spot-on strategy to inject some much-need life into the ailing economy, right?”
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