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“For example, if you type in "Gingrich," up pops a note from Rumsfeld to top aide Larry Di Rita asking Di Rita to "Please see me" about a six-page memo that Newt Gingrich wrote in June 2003, three months after the Iraq invasion, titled "Seven Strategic Necessities.”
“On Oct. 25, 1961, a yellow, six-page pamphlet appeared with the front page headline: "Churchill Cult Next for Party Axe.”
“Mr. Lieberman on Tuesday distributed a six-page position paper assailing Palestinian Authority policy to international diplomats, concluding that "no agreement will ever be possible as long as Mahmoud Abbas leads the Palestinian Authority.”
“Donovan vacuumed intelligence on the way to the shore and scribbled impressions into a notebook, which he later put in a thoughtful six-page memo to Roosevelt.”
“When he returned to Washington in early October a six-page memo sat on his desk, drafted by a half dozen top advisers on this committee.”
“A six-page a day man is probably orderly in other areas of his life, too.”
“Earlier this week, he sent Fairfax officials a six-page letter, with the help of the nonprofit Rutherford Institute, suggesting improvements.”
“Maryland has adopted two statutory forms of power of attorney: A 20-page general personal financial power of attorney and a six-page limited power of attorney.”
“Charlie Deacon, gatekeeper at Georgetown University for the past 38 years, is determined to resist this trend by continuing to fill the freshman class with students of sufficient dedication to slog through a six-page, two-part application form that is accepted nowhere else.”
“Cockes and Hooper wrote a six-page rebuttal letter and mailed it on November 14, 2002, to James G. Cassady, vice president of human resources for Northrop Grumman; Roslyn Smith, human-resources manager for Northrop Grumman and California Microwave; and Douglas L. Tait, the flight-operations manager for both companies.”
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