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“Members of the Australian Licenced Aircraft Engineers Association have called a three-week halt to action to continue talks.”
“The circuitous three-week journey took him through Malaysia, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam and China via train and bus.”
“It's great to be back in San Francisco, after a three-week vacation -- where I flew to Chicago, and then drove all the way back to California via Historic Route 66.”
“Each of the immigrants recently completed a free, three-week career enhancement program at Goodwill they hope will give them an edge in a tight job market.”
“TOKYO -- The euro climbed to a near three-week high against the dollar in Asia Tuesday as concerns over the Greek debt crisis eased, while the yen fell broadly against major currencies after Moody's Investors Service placed Japan's debt ratings under review for a possible downgrade.”
“Gasoline futures snapped a three-week losing streak in surging ahead 5.3% to $3.0920 a gallon.”
“NEW YORK—Copper futures settled at a three-week high on Friday as a weak dollar and cautious trading boosted prices.”
“NEW YORK—Gold futures slipped to a three-week low as investors sold their holdings in the metal to raise cash to cover losses in other markets.”
“Now she's turning her music into a science exhibit for city students, with an unusual three-week run at a Queens museum better known for its molecule models and retired spacecraft.”
“After Tuesday's flurry of votes, the candidates face a three-week lull that will test their endurance and cash reserves ahead of the Super Tuesday primary elections in 10 states on March 6.”
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