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“In an often-repeated line from a Berkshire annual report, Mr. Buffett wrote that if his shareholders ever found Mr. Buffett, Berkshire vice-chairman Charlie Munger and Mr. Jain in a sinking boat and could only save one of them, "swim to Ajit.”
“The New York Times repeats Apple's often-repeated public justification for that position, describing the company as praising the "flexibility, diligence and industrial skills of foreign workers.”
“Contrary to an often-repeated myth, providing consumers with convenient downloads at reasonable prices, as iTunes did, does not appear to have ameliorated piracy at all.”
“India's often-repeated plan to invest a trillion dollars in infrastructure may just remain on paper with investors turning their back on bonds sold to fund the building of roads, ports and power utilities.”
“His anti-American views including an often-repeated claim the Sept. 11 attacks weren't carried out by al Qaeda are popular in Pakistan.”
“Gary Schmitt of the American Enterprise Institute echoes an often-repeated criticism of the "beautiful game" - there aren't enough goals and the inferior team sometimes gets lucky and wins which violates the fundamental American love of fairness.”
“They have never forgotten, and this has become one of our often-repeated family stories.”
“But many commentators outside the energy business, and some within it, believe high oil prices vindicate their often-repeated claims that ‘peak oil’ is imminent.”
“It is difficult to reconcile the Democrats 'position with President Obama's often-repeated commitment to transparency.”
“I'm giving up my long-standing, often-repeated resolution to "Entertain more.”
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