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“As for cutting off the ability to offer amendments by filling the tree, the minority could wreak havoc with Senate precedent by enforcing the rule that a senator who makes an amendment, loses thefloor.”
“That said, criticism of Israel vis-à-vis Palestinians and Arab states these days is much like crying over the chips in the lip of your favorite crystal goblet as it lies in shards on thefloor.”
“The light was totally out and there were suitcases on thefloor.”
“There is a stack of press and stick vinyl flooring tiles that were tobe affixed to thefloor of the shed.”
“My housekeeper kept pointing at the cleaning supplies, saying Fabuloso, then she pointed to thefloor.”
“Craig denied any lewd intentions and told police he has a “wide stance” in the bathroom and reached down to pick up a piece of paper from thefloor.”
“The girl watchedfrom thefloor, herbruised knees drawn up against her chest.”
“He is starting to like some of his little rattles and such if I lay him on thefloor ahe will look at them and such.”
“Nathan Hunt, an 11-year-old level 7, finished in 10th place in the all-around with a fifth place in thefloor exercise.”
“The motion on cloture, which took place during a snowstorm that kept members out of Washington, still got 52 votes compared to only 33 in favor of maintaining the filibuster; but it was not enough for Becker’s nomination to proceed to thefloor.”
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