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“More photos and interactive graphics Interactive: Track the Latest Libya Events It is true that in the early 1990s, during the run-up to the first Persian Gulf war that drove Iraqi troops out of Kuwait, then-Secretary of State James Baker flew around allied capitals seeking contributions to help with war costs, a journey reporters dubbed the tin-cup tour.”
“There is going to be this tin-cup mentality for [the counterterrorism unit] until they're formally, constitutionally recognized as part of the Iraqi system," he said.”
“Mr. Whitacre's bailout payback ploy is a desperate attempt to win back the car-buying public deeply disgusted by the spectacle of GM rattling its tin-cup before Uncle Sam.”
“A frequently misunderstood aspect of nonprofits is the idea that fundraising is somehow a tin-cup substitute for a smart business plan.”
“Struggling schools can do only so much on a tin-cup budget.”
“Ask Arnold Schwarzenegger, the tin-cup terminator.”
“While the country writhes in economic crisis, the corporate lineup for bailouts takes on the tin-cup look of a 1930s bread line, and the housing and equities markets swoon on, the State of Missouri continues to perpetuate a monstrous act of post-election fiscal irresponsibility.”
“Kenny filled a battered tin-cup with something he had to sniff for purposes of identity, unearthed a number of brushes and defiantly polished a palette with a wad of cheesecloth.”
“Mary Fuller took the tin-cup pointed out, and filled it with water.”
“Driscol obeyed, and it was not long before he was seated in the cabin with a tin-cup in his hand, and its generous contents finding their way rapidly down his capacious throat.”
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