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"And what killed it was that government budget fiasco," he said, referring to the summer's squabbles over the federal government's budget.
Sailing enthusiasts are in for a double celebration over the next two years, with next summer's London Olympic Games and the America's Cup a year later—events many hope will act as a major fillip for the sport.
If the ruling is upheld, the Manchester United striker would miss all of England's group-stage games at next summer's tournament.
This summer's stress tests of European banks set the threshold at 5%.
At a conference last week, Mr. Immelt expressed frustration at the summer's debt-ceiling standoff.
In low-lying areas—and much of New York City, New Jersey and Long Island is a low-lying area—it was becoming clear that the revelry planned for one of the summer's last weekends would be upended by Irene.
God knows, they'd just queued up to get into Madame Tussauds on a summer's day in London.
We've always found Hitler hilarious – the alternative is much more odious | David Mitchell
Pictures, to families having some fatigue from the summer's big action films.
Uncertain, I leaned upwards, a fitful lapse in an afternoon nap on a summer's day in my fourteenth year.
The result is a logjam reminiscent of last summer's protracted battle over the federal debt limit, illustrating how even relatively simple issues can get caught up in Capitol Hill partisanship.
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