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“And like the commercial says you get both targets for the proce of one of the other guys.”
“They get a seasoned, proven veteran who could put them over the hump, but they are also ticking off a lot of fans in the proce”
“On top of that Nobel proce for peace. .was biggest joke!”
“It has been highly effective in offering an extra margin of protection to small businesses and other holders of payment-proce ssing accounts at small and mid-sized institutions," Ms. Bair said in a March speech to Florida bankers.”
“The possibility that an appointed official could hold significant authority is why the framers wrote the Senate into the proce ss of approving the President's senior hires.”
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“But then the proce dropped drastically a few years back.”
“Chief Justice John Roberts, in his Boumediene dissent, said the Court had struck down the most generous set of proce dural protections ever afforded aliens detained by this country as enemy combatants.”
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“You'll get the hang of currency conversion - just take the price in pounds multiply it by an unjustifiable amount and you have the equivalent proce in dollars.”
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