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“We have to re-look at the way we have been looking at family as a protective unit," said Madhu Bala Nada.”
“Editor's note: News reports that Lori Garver is in charge of a re-look at Project Constellation and that Pete Worden is in charge of an ESAS re-look are not true according to utterly reliable sources within NASA who are most certainly in a position to know.”
“March 15th we tag up again to assess the ARES progress, the status of the Pad B Mods and analysis that is OK to launch 400 off Pad B, and to re-look at the single vs Dual Pad risk data per the request from Gerst for some addition cases.”
“The letter also requested to see copies of the consultation with the Countryside Council for Wales, and asked the council re-look at the boundaries of the proposed local nature reserve not to include play areas.”
“So I'm asking you if you would be willing to re-look at some of these policies, with a high unemployment and the unsure economy that we have now, to assure West Virginians that you're listening.”
“She has sent the draft back, and asked the government to have a re-look.”
“Since Sex and the City 2 is facing (fairly or not) the same kind of scrutiny that the first did, I thought it was worth a re-look.”
“I hope the superdelegates recognize that the popular vote is the will of the people. maybe after this election we can re-look at the Democratic nomination process and actually come up with a fair system that does count each vote.”
“In my opinion the honorable minister instead of experimenting with abolishing the 10th standard exam should have gone for a re-look at the 10 + 2 pattern and have found out what tangible benefits it has brought to the students from the previous 11th standard high school exam system.”
“However, wait till they need to later re-look at retirement, as the 65 age requirement was enacted in 1935 when the life expectancy was 62.”
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