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“Michael Frisby, partner in the dispute resolution department of Stevens & Bolton LLP, said: The increase in the threshhold for issuing non-personal injury claims will mean that all commercial claims up to £100,000 will now proceed in the county court.”
“You should write about whatever you want, unless you are truly doing a non-personal, special-interest blog.”
“While I have often been in physical danger in my travels that was normally the danger from communal, non-personal violence it is Ajijic where that danger became the most personal and perhaps I am raising this incident to heights it does not deserve, I think it is an incident that defines the problems I think are waiting up the road at Lakeside like a bridge troll and that´s why I bring it up here.”
“Feel free to restart the discussion on a new thread provided you have something non-personal to say which is germane to the topic.”
“In fact even the non-personal category matching information is never shared with any third party, but stays in the ISP network on the Phorm-supplied computers that show the advertisements in your browser.”
“• Impose compulsory government censorship of religious literature by requiring evaluation and approval of religious literature before it could be shipped into the country for non-personal use or placed in a library;”
“I mean, I think I would find it difficult to write from a non-personal place.”
“Microsoft chief architect of identity Kim Cameron has insisted that the "non-personal information" collected by Apple can be used to personally identify you -- despite angry counterarguments from at least one Jobsian fanboi.”
“Q: Then, would the feelings within non-personal love only be positive feelings?”
“A: As long as the me is trying to contain the non-personal view of oneness, it's always going to feel crushed by it.”
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