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“For us, the media simply offered another opportunityto fulfill another aspect of our mission.”
“When a public figure attacks the news media, reporters should see it as an opportunityto help people understand whatjournalists do.”
“The nurse prescribed lots of REST aside from the painkillers, so its a perfect opportunityto work on my blog.”
“Presented to you on Thanksgiving was an opportunityto be in the moment, and you finally had the good senseto seize it.”
“Where other British citizens saw gross lies, exaggerations, and frustrating half-truths, Linehan saw a "golden opportunityto kickstart a campaign to redress the balance a little bit.”
“But a tournament is a tournament, an opportunityin certain lives a rare opportunityto test yourself under pressure.”
“` ` I felt good, it just wouldn't go in, '' Bell said, ` ` but it was pretty obvious that they were going to be in their zone and I was going to get the opportunityto shoot a lot more.”
“The Toriesshould nowgrasp this opportunityto completely remove themselves from the story.”
“Of course, an admiral's staff member had done the rough work already and so, if I as Navigator thought this would be a good opportunityto avoid the Straits of Messina, the Admiral's staff had already figured that out and left me no time to go around the western capes of Sicily instead.”
“Meanwhile, though, he has given Ned Lamont an almost unthinkable opportunityto gather more momentum and credibility than such a raw, unready candidate would ordinarily acquire in a race like this.”
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