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“In 2008, Republican presidential candidate John McCain proposed that the government buy up home mortgages that exceeded the value of houses, then re-issue them at market value.”
“It will also re-issue 30 billion rupees of the 8.30% 2040 bond at the auction.”
“CARB may have to re-issue an environmental impact report that considers alternatives to the adopted program.”
“It wasn't good enough to merely re-issue the well worn pathetic excuse that "Prisoner voting rights is a sensitive and complex issue".”
“MR: Of course, I have to ask, did you use your Gibson SG re-issue for this album?”
“Cuentos fantásticos españoles del siglo XX, (David Roas and Ana Casas, ed.); Puerto NORTE-SUR and Libros del Zorro Rojo for the re-issue of Illustrated classics for the young readers; Tusquets for Cuentos completos by Cristina Fernández Cubas.”
“Does this mean the publishers re-issue a new cover to include the review snippet?”
“Then the demand will force a re-issue but in comics it works like this .... 1st print, 2nd print, 3rd printing the editorial staff exexutives and anylists were well aware or this months ago and had it all planned.”
“Maybe someday when I'm famous I can get a re-issue with my titles.”
“Apparently the girl on the qantas check in thought it would be too hard to re-issue a boarding pass so just told me there was no seats available.”
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Looking for tweets for re-issue.