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“He understands a harmed condition as one in which there is a ˜set-back to interests;™ and there is a good reason for coercion if the set-back is wrongful, not simply a setback of the order of losing a professional tennis competition or being driven out of business by a rival's superior product.”
“Whereas before, the tall girls had any number of reasons why they were models -- age, skin diseases, lopsided faces, hideousness, the fact that they were Tahlia -- many of them this time seem to have only height as their primary set-back.”
“People now wonder if Barack Obama can pivot back to the center like Bill Clinton did after his set-back in '94.”
“Jack Wilshere will undergo a scan this week, which will reveal the severity of the set-back that he has suffered as he fights to recover from the stress fracture to his ankle that has ruined his season.”
“Dorwin Teague, whose work is featured in the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum in New York, suggested that set-back windows with an overhang would prevent bird deaths.”
“Despite the set-back, prospects for bipartisanship remain, and may be more necessary now than ever before.”
“As you already know, GTO being such a beautifully rustic old town with its unique hillside structures is definitely a set-back to a time, hopefully will stay with us for many more years to come, even if its just for the sake of nostalgia.”
“Newt and I agreed that the analogy is December 1941: We have experienced an unexpected set-back, but we will re-group and re-focus with increased determination, commitment and positive action.”
“It will also be a set-back to our national security.”
“The good news is neither has had a substantial set-back and that their most recent absences were tied to the same lingering groin/hip problems they've had throughout the year.”
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