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“Then along came a nine-page article late one night, and her path became clear, her life forever altered.”
“The nine-page report, from U-Va. 's Internal Audit Department, doesn't directly address whether Ted Genoways, editor of the Virginia Quarterly Review, bears responsibility in the July 30 death of his deputy.”
“The "nondiscrimination on abortion" provision is part of the nine-page Protect Life Act, an amendment to last year's health-care law introduced by seven-term Rep. Joe Pitts R-Pa. on Jan. 20.”
“On June 6, at the end of another 90-day comment period, the EPA stamped the report "inadequate" and sent State a nine-page letter with objections, which, no surprise, would require years of further study.”
“In 1995, then-CEO Bill Gates sent his staff a nine-page memo titled “The Internet Tidal Wave,” detailing how Microsoft could leap from one tech generation to the next.”
“L'Osservatore's article referred to Occhetta's nine-page scholarly essay, "The Simpsons and Religion," in the latest edition of La Civilta Cattolica, an Italian journal published by Occhetta's Jesuit order.”
“The nine-page audit attempts to review both Genoways's management and the finances of the Review, a publication that had reported directly to former U-Va.”
“Instead of being welcomed by Paul, all she got was a nine-page memo with instructions because he, too, had been ordered to Kunming.”
“Lawyers for Mr. Strauss-Kahn, whose next court appearance was scheduled for July 18, filed a nine-page motion Monday demanding that prosecutors turn over all types of evidence.”
“The nine-page letter to AOL, which was reviewed by The Wall Street Journal, echoes the frustration of many AOL investors and Wall Street analysts, who have been skeptical of the company's multiple turnaround strategies amid a nearly 70% drop in the stock price this year.”
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