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“Looking for suspicious mail and packages "is part of every employee's training and its re-enforced on a regular basis -- this was the case even before Anthrax," USPS spokeswoman Sue Brennan said late Friday in an e-mail.”
“To quicken his exile we should just put Rush in a massive re-enforced hamster-ball and then find some way to launch him into the ocean.”
“I've been thinking of why people find economics so fundamentally repugnant, and I think the fact that it goes against millennium of natural selection that re-enforced building, monitoring, and maintaining social relationships, is a large part of that.”
“Once upon a time in America, the nation was defined and reflected in a culture dominated by Anglo-Saxon assumptions and popular media that reflected and re-enforced that perspective.”
“The real strength of a properly constructed block home is in the steel re-enforced concrete box structure of footings, columns and headers.”
“And that happens and is re-enforced every time we perform.”
“It was lovely to have the things we believed in, such as manners, modesty and respect for hard-earned property, both new and old, re-enforced by the photographs, drawings and articles in this magazine each month.”
“More and more Americans recognize that his health care policy, which re-enforced and expanded the power of the insurance industry, likely resulted from their $20 million in donations to his first campaign.”
“The blinds are programmed to open and close at set times to protect the art, and the wall outside the elevator was re-enforced to accommodate especially heavy pieces of art.”
“Convincing consumers that their identities are re-enforced by the metal that they drive to work is one of the major drivers of world commerce.”
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