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“In other words if we adopted the same Government Run system we would not only have a much better healthcare but we would save overa trillion dollars a year.”
“Bristol-Myers had expected to submit ipilimumab for regulatory approval in 2008, but delayed the submission after the FDA made clear it wanted additional data on the drug's effect on overa ll survival.”
“Just overa year ago, Morrow says he "weighed in at a whopping 371.8 pounds.”
“The raised view for the current year comes from stronger overa ll sales, not any buybacks the company will complete during its current fiscal fourth quarter, Ms. Tome said, and Home Depot announced it plans $2.5 billion in buybacks next year.”
“Buthow the right winghearts do tenderly bleed overa proposedincome tax increase of pennies on the dollar for the wealthiest two-percent of the population: never mind the fact that this stratum of income earners has experienced an obscene increase in their share of national wealth during the last eight years.”
“In contrast toAmundsen's 99 day round trip to the pole overa very similarroute, Byrd'strip hadtaken a mere18 hours, 41 minutes.”
“There are not many things that you can buy for £275 that you would pay overa grandfor - this is what Mrs. G., being a Yank, might call "reverse sticker-shock".”
“The US imperialists want the Venezuelan customers and other foreign customersto pay the victimizedUS customers for the losses the US customers suffered as a consequence of the Stanford's fraudulent operationsspread overa number of countries.”
“These are the games I salivate overa measuring stick of my ability.”
“Then last night, I dined with a table of friends, some old andsome new, and we bonded overa wealth of food offerings.”
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