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““She wants the LA house or a two-million-dollar buyout.””
“She's cruising around D.C. and living in a two-million-dollar Virginia mansion and has left Arkansas working families behind.”
“Just last month, he recovered the son of a Brazilian diplomat after negotiating a two-million-dollar ransom and the safe return of the child.”
“It was a two-million-dollar house on the beach, not pretty, even boxlike, a squarish, flat-roofed building.”
“There is a two-million-dollar reward for my arrest.”
““DEA says a two-million-dollar shipment was off-loaded from a two-engine plane that landed on a highway in your county last week.””
“So the New York State legislature awarded Aaron Burr, founder of the Manhattan Company, a two-million-dollar contract to build a water delivery system for the city of New York.”
“Reluctant to approach publishers with her first novel, she entered the self-publishing game, with such spectacular results that she negotiated a two-million-dollar deal for The Lace Reader plus another book to come with William Morrow of HarperCollins Publishers.”
“• We get the first of two moments of infamy from the television show Greed, which featured teams of five people answering trivia questions to win a two-million-dollar jackpot.”
“It's the first time a complete urban fabric has been recreated," said Professor Bernard Frischer of UCLA, unveiling the two-million-dollar project at Rome's Campidoglio on Monday.”
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