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“From the outset, Halsey was convinced there was only one way to proceed: In a series of meetings and conference calls from June 25 through June 30 that included at various times officials from the AAP, the CDC, the EPA, and the FDA; independent toxicologists; and representatives from vaccine manufacturers, Halsey argued forcefully for a public statement supporting the use of thimerosal-free vaccines for all infants younger than six months old.”
“If we live in a Spirit-full Universe instead of a Spiritless Universe, and if many of our greatest problems directly or indirectly stem from our false belief in a Spirit-less Universe, then it seems high time that we reexamine our potentially erroneous belief and do the necessary science to get a clear answer, one way or the other.”
“Pre-Contact conditioning, in the forms discussed earlier, provides one way to complete the picture for them.”
“Lampa season is one way that we can merrily bounce happiness into any day of the year!”
“Its developing an understanding that every day of our lives we are socialized, one way or another, to speak and listen as a womannot as a man.”
“Because many suburban subdivisions are closed off by cul-de-sacs and have only one way in and out, firetrucks need wide streets to get their apparatus in and out.”
“The Parent & Baby Loop is designed in part to help ease the challenge of letting a moving baby go one way while you want him to go another way.”
“Bundy knew he had crossed a line: one way he could tell the president was unhappy with him, he said later, was that LBJs wife, Lady Bird Johnson, was going out of her way to be kind to him.”
““There is no one way to raise a child,” according to the National Longitudinal Study on Adolescent Health.”
“The new Mexican Auto Decree shows one way to accomplish this end.”
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