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“Meanwhile, mainline Protestants suffered from the near-fatal combination of high defection and low in-conversion.”
“In the Season 4 premiere, Beckett (Stana Katic) confessed that she remembered everything about her near-fatal shooting, thus revealing that she'd been lying to Castle (Nathan Fillion) about hearing him say, "I love you.”
“It could be a "white elephant" that would deal a near-fatal blow to our economy, says Sir Terry Farrell, another leading architect.”
“Braslavsky defended the provocative piece by noting the influence Sharon still has over the nation four years after his near-fatal stroke.”
“A Peru policewoman's near-fatal collision with an 18 wheeler has been captured on CCTV.”
“Eric T. Olson said bin Laden's killing on May 2 was a near-fatal blow for the organization created by bin Laden and led from his Pakistan hideout.”
“A Brooklyn man repeatedly beat his girlfriend's 17-month-old foster son, possibly with a metal rod or bat, prosecutors said Monday during an arraignment that revealed new details of the near-fatal abuse.”
“Touching the Void2003 documentary based on the book about Joe Simpson and Simon Yates's near-fatal attempt to climb the Siula Grande in the Peruvian Andes.”
“He concedes that his strength of mind is, in part, the legacy of a near-fatal accident in 1984 when a light aircraft in which he was travelling with friends to Courchevel in the Alps crashed into a mountain, killing everyone else on board.”
“Israeli lawmaker Binyamin Ben-Eliezer, a former defense minister, credited Pinto with helping him survive a near-fatal bout of pneumonia in March.”
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