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“Nor would I think less of anyone who did what they needed to in the moment to get out of a near-disastrous situation.”
“S&P cited the prolonged and near-disastrous conclusion of debt-ceiling talks in its decision to downgrade, and questioned Washington's ability to function.”
“In other words, things have gone from bad to near-disastrous for James—when his team has never needed him more.”
“Zuma Press, Associated Press, European Pressphoto Agency, Getty Images S&P officials, meanwhile, took to a rare Saturday conference call and the Sunday morning political talk shows to establish their bona fides, defending their analysis and saying that the prolonged and near-disastrous conclusion of the debt-ceiling talks called into question Washington's ability to function.”
“In a wholly different context, it was the language used by Roger Federer yesterday when he had a near-disastrous collapse against Alejandro Falla.”
“WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama declared Thursday "the buck stops with me" for the nation's security, taking responsibility for failures that led to the near-disastrous ...”
“Such a near-disastrous disturbance hardly seems to faze Finn, though, even for a New York minute.”
“This is really closer to Apollo 13 than Exxon Valdez," he said, referring to a near-disastrous Moon mission 40 years ago.”
“WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama declared Thursday "the buck stops with me" for the nation's security, taking responsibility for failures that led to the near-disastrous ... var news_amount = 10;”
“But a secondary plot takes a near-disastrous turn that both undercuts the character and the show's sense of verisimilitude.”
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