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“What's more, a special preview ssue, as seen above, will be released at this year's Comic-Con.”
“Our focus is on the core i ssue of the trial: determining reasonable and fair compensation.”
“But, frankly, given lung cancer's prevalence -- who among us does not have a friend, co-worker, family member or neighbor who has succumbed to this despicable disease -- the biggest ssue isn't awareness; it's forgiveness.”
“An upcoming special ssue of The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction will honor Gene Wolfe by offering appreciations of Wolfe's work by Neil Gaiman, Michael Swanwick and Wolfe scholar Michael Andre-Driussi as well as including a new Wolfe novella "Memorare".”
“Four federal courts of appeal subsequently faced the isame ssue and held that the president has inherent authority to authorize wiretapping for foreign intelligence purposes without judicial warrant.”
“If a backup has failed or a ard disk is nearly full, an alert is sent giving a ‘heads up’ to the ssue.”
“This afternoon at the NPC, he said that reconciliation had been tried by the KMT: Lien Chan in October 2001 (and he had been "betrayed"on the nuclear plant ssue), and James Soong last year (10 points ?)”
“It is the i ssue raised about journalists as witnesses.”
“We would like to ssue a very stern warning to those elements bent on rendering the Western Cape ungovernable.”
“I'm spreading a lot of seeds on this ssue; perhaps one of them will at some point sprout!”
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