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“The newly established U.S. Air Force that year took over the army operation, later renaming it Edwards Air Force Base in honor of Glen W.”
““Free Frappuccinos,” Mrs. Richards called out over the loud techno beats as a picture of Anabel and Julia holding frosty coffee drinks took over the screen.”
“In 2003, Anderson took over as community health coordinator for the Buffalo Lupus Project.”
“Basically, the Karsids took over in a single generation, as soon as the majority of the population had never known a time without these new weapons, new luxury goods. . .”
“We made 165 copies of the FEC report, highlighted the Gantt contribution, and Blaise Lewis took over from there for a middle-of-the-night distribution.”
“Our unit took over the Hal Roach film studio in Culver City and a nearby, recently closed school that became our training center for combat camera crews.”
““Fascinating,” Spock said as Warde took over at the computer.”
“There'd be more still in January, when he took over Bridal Veil Mountain from Jason Bolt.”
“But anyway, after the hippos paid the two brothers in nickels and dimes, Cliché took over their patent and it made him filthy rich.”
“ON FRIDAY, October 21, 1983, four days after Bud McFarlane took over his new post at the NSC, Nancy and I flew to Georgia for a golfing weekend at the Augusta National Golf Course with George Shultz, Don Regan, former U.S. Senator Nicholas Brady, and their wives.”
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