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“Anything that would keep us at D’rahl, a formal protest over Colonel Z’gral or a search for our landing party, would only play into his hands and buy him time to put his plan into effect.”
“Ultimately, understanding how small differences: In one recent study that sheds light on this, researchers at the Rockefeller University found that reversing the defects in certain genes that play into the autoimmune disease lupus can restore health in animals with lupus.”
“If they did so, they would stir the resentment of the anti-Prussian party; they would play into the hands of Napoleon and Austria.”
“But Perryman also said many other factors play into Texas' economic standing, including an abundance of natural resources that has sheltered it from some of the national recession's bite.”
“Pacific is concerned, and we very strongly continue to believe that it's got a very important role to play into the future, not just in the direct issues arising out of the global financial crisis, but also in trade and investment and cooperation terms generally.”
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