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“I wonder how many people are feeling sorry for OBama and the predictament that Wright has put him in and will jump in to endorse him.”
“I feel that it is sad when anyone dies and it has to be horrible for their families, but these people put themselves in that predictament when they even "try" heroin and get themselves addicted.”
“Olympians are not made over night, and years without a vision for amateur sports under successive Liberal and Conservative leaders has led us to out current predictament... sniff”
“POINT TWO: Write, defend, encourage, those who seem to recognize the predictament we are in and add your/our two cents worth.”
“Rather, he simply wanted to get out of the current predictament.”
“If Landes lost part of Augusta to Saxman and gained eastern H-burg, he would find a similar predictament.”
“John H. insistance that the matter is settled shows a lack of understanding for his predictament through not recognising the nature of historical study.”
“Liberty and responsibility are concepts at the core of Buchanan's reflections on the human predictament and thus in the proper domain of economic and political analysis.”
“About a quarter of Burmese live in abject poverty, he said and blamed sanctions for their predictament.”
“Jimmee's Place from Canada writes: What an ugly predictament.”
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