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“Moreover, what neither Eliasson nor many others yet seemed to realize was the devastating impact the Volcker Commission’s findings were having on the real American opinion about the UN.”
“He came to see me when he had read it and said: "I am glad you have come down on the real culprit, George III.," and quoted one or two people who had said his obstinacy was the cause of so many of Ireland's troubles.”
“Identifying marks on the real animal, they are identifying marks also on the rock-wall portrait.”
“HASSAN WIRAJUDA: Of course we're happy with that comment which actually reflects on the real situation in Indonesia.”
“The frame of heart which ensues on the real faith of these things is expressed, Ps. ciii.”
“It was then that deVille was asked if he would like to carry on the real war, the war against the capitalist enemy as a secret agent after the fascists had been destroyed.”
“The shrewd Secretary of the Navy Office here puts his finger on the real plague-spot of the Restoration.”
“Tuning her out, Faulwell reflected on the real reason for his black-dog mood.”
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