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“It was quite a three-ring circus out at Fort Leavenworth.”
“It was stuffed with diaries, seventeen years of secrets: typewritten journals in bulging three-ring binders, others pocket-sized and written by hand.”
““Andrew comes from fine baseball stock,” Del said as he handed each player a three-ring binder.”
“Meanwhile, the Tenenbaum case is a, “crusade waged by a Harvard professor to gut the copyright laws that protect creators and his attempt to transform a courtroom into a ‘three-ring circus’,” says Marks.”
“As if the entertainment newswire over the past several months had not already been a three-ring circus, Mars Buchanan stepped boldly and unapologetically back into the spotlight and promptly resigned from his position as West Coast general counsel at ASCAP.”
“Judge Bartholomew remembered the O.J. Simpson trial and was adamant that neither the judicial process nor his courtroom would be turned into a three-ring circus.”
“Greek bond prices sank to record lows after Thursday's turmoil, and the country's crisis effectively turned into a three-ring circus.”
“He could run an army, a campaign, a government, or even a three-ring circus.”
“When the Circling Brothers 'big three-ring show on a hard winter went into the hands of the receivers, he boarded the menagerie and the horses and in three months turned a profit of fifteen thousand dollars.”
“Greek bond prices sank to record lows, and the country's crisis effectively turned into a three-ring circus.”
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