“According to the General Social Survey, people who had at least some college education remained a minority of the population aged eighteen to twenty-nine until the 1990s.”
“I think it took about three months the first time for me to wear size twenty-nine jeans.”
“I entered Stanford Business School twenty-nine years ago as a naive twenty-one year old, the youngest in my class.”
“It was June of 2009, just ten months before a gas explosion in Massey's Upper Big Branch mine killed twenty-nine miners and showed the nation how Massey Coal plays the appeals game to evade enforcement on the company's thousands of safety violations.”
“Her children are now ages twenty-nine, twenty-four and thirteen.”
“Reported attacks in Ingushetia rose from five in 2004 to 227 in 2008; those in Dagestan increased from twenty-nine to eighty-nine in the same period.”
“He was twenty-nine years old and had graduated before all of them.”
“I literally turned off the router ports for twenty-eight or twenty-nine days a month.”
“Not since the crash of twenty-nine have things been so unfair”
“When basic training was over and his squad was distributed to bases throughout the country for the remaining twenty-nine months of their service, Luke found that, unlike some of his unlucky companions who had been sent to the border with North Korea, he was reassigned to a kitchen.”
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Music and lyrics Â©1976 by Gordon Lightfoot
The legend lives on from the Chippewa on down
of the big lake they called "Gitche Gumee."
The lake, it is said, never gives up ...
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