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“The difficulty, in practice, of always being able to deduce program properties means that the paradigm relies onboth a priori and a posteriori knowledge.”
“Kottkamp's wife, Cyndie, accompanied him onboth trips.”
“In essence authorization depends on authentication, and auditing depends onboth.”
“We received thousands of comments, with readers coming down onboth sides.”
“Look at the winners thus far onboth sides (Dems andRepublicans) theycarry little past baggage and are viewed as outsiders to the system the public wants changed.”
“Healthy optimists can see both dark and light, make sense of the healthy blend, and foresee the best, based onboth sides of life's coin.”
“When the colored voters differ among themselves and are to be found onboth sides of local political contests, they will begin to find themselves of some political importance; their votes will be sought, cast,and counted.”
“It is about protection and standards, and includes expectations onboth ides.”
“View It » if teaching kids everything onboth sides of the isles of history is dumbing them down, then dumb away”
“View It » if teaching kids everything onboth sides of the isles of history is dumbing them down, then dumb away. well we have one vote, PA is for dumming down America.”
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