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“Management wanted to focus allocations on long-term investors who appeared to understand the story in one-on-one meetings with Groupon executives during the nine-day roadshow., this person said.”
“From $7,600 per person for a nine-day trip, iceaxe.tv”
“The nine-day London Prepares event is the first in a new round of events designed to test every aspect of the venues that will host the Games in July.”
“Opposition leaders sought during the nine-day campaign to tap growing voter discontent with soaring housing costs and a surge of foreign workers.”
“Though the itinerary won't be released until later, Clarence House officially confirmed on May 5 that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will visit California from July 8 to 10, following their nine-day tour of Canada.”
“In most cases such festivities take the form a novenario, a nine-day celebration with unique characteristics that are traditional to each locality.”
“The crisis climaxed in a tumultuous nine-day period just prior to the 1956 U.S. presidential election, when Great Britain, France, and Israel attacked Egypt, and the Soviet Union sent a huge invasion force into Hungary to put down a popular rebellion there while threatening to intervene in the Middle East.”
“A nine-day birding blitz: Australian odyssey comes to an end”
“Even before today's triumph, Pooley had taken on a new dimension this season, netting a dozen major wins that include two of the one-day classics of women's cycling, the Flèche Wallonne and Grand Prix de Plouay, and the toughest women's stage race, the nine-day Tour de l'Aude.”
“As the nine-day snooze Olympiad got under way, some competitors snuggled with giant stuffed animals or clutched pillows like babies with comforters.”
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