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“They're more likely to have large households and to speak a non-official language at home.”
“Vice President Biden spoke with Egyptian Vice President Omar Suleiman Tuesday, impressing on Suleiman American expectations that the regime must stop harassing journalists and human rights groups, lift its emergency law and abolish restrictions on non-official political activity.”
“In effect, the lawsuit accused state and federal transportation officials of racism, and it also sought to sue officials in their non-official capacity as individuals.”
“Colleagues who trade non-official knowledge bond better.”
“As I sat watching this year's address on television, simultaneously following the Twitter conversation and clicking between official and non-official blogs, I couldn't help the feeling that I'd "been there, heard that.”
“And some parties in the region, official and non-official entities both, yes they want to make it a reason for war between the two worlds -- a sectarian battle -- between Shia and Sunni.”
“And the more I hear the negative, slanderous, non-official endorsed by the candidate ads that the candidate has to know are going on and he's tacitly approving, what kind of control is he going to bring to his office when he is elected?”
“However, for non-official matters I've often used my last name twice, as first and second apellido.”
“To the uninformed, this might appear to be the dreaded "personal attack"; a critique of someone's private, non-official behavior, particularly when engaging in a manifestly legal activity such as gambling, should normally be out-of-bounds.”
“The “/MediaSentry: P2P” is clearly non-official information, probably added by Surfer himself.”
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