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“This of course has the net effect ofembarrassingtheteacher,takinga momentary lapse ofjudgementin a classroom and embedding it onto the web.”
“Bloomberg News Dominique Strauss-Kahn, managing director of the IMF, said the fund is takinga "very pragmatic" view of capital controls.”
“No, " she said, takinga step backward, clinging to the wagon wheel.”
“The absence of evidence for your claim suggests that reason is takinga rest while monsters are being spawned a little closer to home. ruhrig”
“But for me, it's also very importantthat he eschewed big money law practice by takinga legal services/civil rights lawyering job after graduating from Harvard (where he was Editor of the Law Review - meaning he could have been hired absolutely anywhere.)”
“The solution can be as simple as takinga grinder to the toe of a recoil pad or switching stock shims.”
““I see absolutely no point in crepes,” Megan whispers, takinga sheet of paper out from her desk, looking up at the chalkboard.”
“EA is takinga huge risk giving up as much revenue as they will in order to hope to make money on a non-required upsell in the middle of the game.”
“That’s an average of over two articles per day and part of that time was takinga monthoff for havinga heart attack!”
“But anyway, it’s hard now because they’re not with meon set all the time, but luckily my husband is takinga little bit of time off to take care of them.”
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