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“MS: I really believe that if you're going to spend two-plus years of your life, that's your reality.”
“If you're going to spend two-plus years producing, editing, getting the film out into the marketplace, then I think you have a responsibility to that movie to see it through.”
“The two-plus years that Mr. Winick spent making "Charlotte's Web" pulled his attention away from InDigEnt - for Independent Digital Entertainment - the all-digital production company that he co-founded in 1999.”
“Low interest rates from the Fed over the past two-plus years means Goldman can basically borrow at next to nothing to place its market bets.”
“Holtby, 21, didn't get much help from his teammates through the first two-plus periods Monday night, when the Capitals managed 13 shots.”
“After Mike Pelfrey lasted just two-plus innings Wednesday, Niese fared only slightly better in Thursday's matinee.”
“He lasted two-plus innings Wednesday in a 10-7 loss to the Philadelphia Phillies, giving up seven runs six earned on eight hits.”
“In just two-plus innings of work on Wednesday night, Pelfrey looked awful.”
“He was 6-foot-1 and 135 pounds when he enlisted just two-plus years ago, a walking shoulder shrug of a kid.”
“As AIG's largest creditor for the last two-plus years, the New York Fed was deeply involved in the company's restructuring, with officials attending the company's board meetings and receiving regular updates on its plans.”
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