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“Employment: In the Democratic Republic of the Congo, only 10 percent of theentire population is formally employed.”
“Now we need theentire House to do the same so we can end the banks 'financial tricks!”
“In this new view cognition involves theentire process of life-including perception, emotion, and behavior-and does not necessarily require a brain and nervous system.”
“I had bronchitis for theentire time, and I broke my rib twice while coughing.”
“Total lost productivity to Facebook across theentire employee population”
“We took some other liberties, came upwith new characters, and David and Brannon wrotethe script, which we then sold to ABC as anavailable spec pilot, and we had the bible for theentire series worked out to pitch to SteveMcPherson to really show where the series wouldgo…and that was the genesis.”
“EI: To follow up on doing your roles in the studio, were both of you there for theentire scenes, talking on the phone to each other?”
“And in the UK and Euroland, again, it is theentire mortgage lending that spun out of control.”
“The usual bitterness about Bubba having to drop his pants in order for theentire nation to be able to confirm that, yes - bi-partisan efforts notwithstanding - Clinton did indeed swing left.”
“So either theentire audience suffers from short-term memory loss, or NBC is tryingto trick us with their sneaky editing skills.”
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