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“Officers from the police's Central e-Crime Unit arrested the teenager in what they describe as a "pre-planned intelligence-led operation" on Wednesday.”
“As well as Mr Duggan, a police officer was also shot in Thursday's incident, which happened in what was called a "pre-planned" event, under Operation Trident, which investigates gun crime in London's African and Caribbean communities.”
“As well as Mr Duggan, a police officer was also shot in Thursday's incident, which happened in what was called a "pre-planned" event, under Operation Trident, which investigates gun crime in the African and Caribbean communities.”
“A former medical student was sentenced Tuesday to 13 years in prison for using a Taser to attack a pregnant woman in a crime that a Montgomery County judge called a "pre-planned reign of terror.”
“A pre-planned and rehearsed flash mob just sounds so wrong.”
“During the interval Newcastle's forwards coach, Paul Moriarty, told a television interviewer that Brookes, who had struggled against Brian Mujati, was being given a "couple of minutes 'break"? implying that his substitution and subsequent reintroduction five minutes after the break had been pre-planned.”
“Frustrated in his pre-planned division of the kingdom, he kicks away the map in disgust and snatches a coronet off Cordelia's head with a savage cruelty.”
“Indeed, as the Los Angeles Times points out, "Once largely relegated to slips of the tongue during live events, censored cursing has evolved into a pre-planned, or at least largely expected, punch line that's network-approved and no longer lowbrow.”
“Hu said that the test had absolutely nothing to do with my visit and had been a pre-planned test.”
“Beyond the technological renditions, impromptu confabs are good for in-person meetings, which can be made more engaging with times pre-planned for freestyle talking.”
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