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“However, from this trip's one-off taste-test, I have to say I prefer Verdi's gelato.”
“Instead, his visit will focus on Germany's spiritual awareness, he said, citing the trip's motto: "Where God is, there is the future.”
“From your bedroom, "you can hear them snoring," says Dave Garcia, a former state ranger and the trip's leader.”
“A Time of Gifts," about the trip's first stage, is a lovely account of how welcoming Europe was just before it stopped being welcoming for a very long time.”
“But the president's large entourage—including four cabinet members— and the trip's timing amid a pressing budget debate and multiple international crises underscores an awareness in the White House the U.S. has lost ground there as Latin leaders turn East for economic opportunity.”
“Lee organized other couriers, figured out each trip's logistics, leased the planes and paid the couriers at trip's end, he said.”
“Though rumors of a potential reconciliation have been swirling, the trip's purpose last weekend was to "create face-to-face closure," according to TMZ, which further quoted a source as saying there are "no conflicts" over the divorce terms.”
“Discovery will have racked up nearly 150 million miles 240 million kilometers by trip's end, accumulated over 39 missions and nearly 27 years, and spent 365 days total in space.”
“At our trip's start, we made a promise to limit our nighttime driving, but neither of us bring it up -- we are going to keep driving.”
“The pretty Portuguese capital is a joy to stroll around, but some of the country's top sights are within a day trip's reach.”
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