Did you mayhaps mean fill?
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“Doctorswould have tofill out a 10-page questionnaire for every abortion performed, including asking the woman about her age, marital status, race and years of education.”
“The Department of Financial Serviceswill have the new power tofill in regulatory gaps by overseeing any financial product, service or entity that isn't already clearly regulated by another New York agency or is designed to avoid scrutiny.”
“I would actually tag Thomas and Miers both as affirmative action nominees because of the political realities of whose posts they were nominated tofill.”
“The effort was something of a two-fer: If Rehnquist was defeated, there would be no seat for Scalia tofill.”
“While trying tofill my second tag, I hunted four days.”
“It seemed tofill the corri'dor, though in reality it was not all that large.”
“I felt a duty and a responsibility tofill it with doctors and supplies and food and medicines.”
“I felt a duty and a responsibility tofill it with doctors and supplies and food and medicines”
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