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“Dani oggi 'u nostru pani quotidianu, rimeti a niàutri i nostri debiti, comu niàutri li rimettemu ai nostri debitori e nun ni lassàri cadiri 'nta'a tentazziuni e libèrani d'u mali.”
“The Indian agent at S.nta Fe at this time, J.S. Calhoun, wrote in the week of Flashman's arrival that Apache, Navajo, and Cumanche raids were happening daily, and that it was unsafe to travel ten miles; four days later he was noting that the Indian trouble had increased and that "this whole country requires a thorough purging".”
“Captain (later General) R.B. Marcy of the U.S. Army, who escorted emigrants from Fort S.ith on the lower Arkansas to S.nta Fe in 1849, wrote in his report that he had been given a "quite erroneous" notion of the country beforehand.”
“-- While U.S. Federal Reserve officials will need to be careful not to raise interest rates too soon, the central bank can't be timid once it actually moves into a tightening phase, according to University of California, S.nta Cruz Professor Carl Walsh.”
“S. the U.S. Postal S.rvice announced these plans to drop the popular letters to S.nta program after more than five decades.”
“LUCY JONES. CHIEF S.IENTIS., U.S. GEOLOGICAL S.RVEY: I was meeting with the heads of emergency management for Orange County to discuss earthquake planning in S.nta Ana, only about 10 miles or so from the epicenter.”
“S. S.OCKMAN: I loved that S.nta Clause, and now it's been stolen.”
“S. O'BRIEN: S.rry, S.nta, I have been the best girl in the world.”
“S. O'BRIEN: The next time you're dialing S.nta, dial carefully.”
“S. O'BRIEN: In southern California today, firefighters hoping to catch a break from those howling S.nta Ana winds, trying to get control of that wind-whipped wildfire.”
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