Did you perhaps mean permanent?
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“The consequence of this would be a more "efficient" system; but people with readily treatable diseases would suffer death or permament disability if they lacked the financial resources, regardless if the reason was bad luck or bad decisions.”
“The appeal of a permament, non-refundable college tuition tax credit in particular somewhat escapes me.”
“There are no progressives trolling repiggie sites because their comments are deleted at once, resulting in a permament ban from any future posts.”
“Tuesday's troubles, while apparently not permament, served to heighten fears that a Google showdown with Beijing could make China's Internet more insular, with users effectively shut off from large swathes of information outside China.”
“If we give the right to vote, like ACORN and Ohio helped in doing, to people without permament shelter, does that not affect the outcome of the votes?”
“When you go to the grocery store or fill up your gas tank, you can ponder how the wealthy are doing with their permament tax cuts.”
“Dodd says "In a Dodd Administration, there will be no permament bases".”
“Obama's campaign says "... seek no permament bases".”
“So if not having permament military bases in Iraq is a priority for voters, Obama is being a bit vague.”
“Obama says "no permament bases" at different campaign stops.”
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