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“International free trade cannot be expected to deliver positive results while government debt programs and spending patterns remain unwieldly.”
“I would agree with PC A Hunn but unfortunately my experience is that the larger a group is, the more unwieldly it is/becomes.”
“Even with that qualification, a region like the Finger Lakes is simply unwieldly.”
“And the pulpy letters page is no grand panacea; it is simply another small and humble patch of turf on which to remember what is good about geeked-out community that isn't as unwieldly and cacophonous as a San Diego Comic-Con floor.”
“Makes me wonder when legislation actually happens, with huge unwieldly laws seemingly materializing out of thin air in their final form right before the vote.”
“The discovery of these unwieldly powers (and the chaos that ensues) leads Trinket on a quest across the continent with help from our hero, Matlee, a clumsy, pacificist herbs scientist who can barely hold a sword straight, and a little wizard boy named Abra whose adventurousness and cowardice are constantly in conflict.”
“Six decades of sprawl turned Tysons from a rural rest stop with little more than dairy farms and a general store into a sleek but unwieldly tangle of offices, hotels, shopping malls and parking lots.”
“It is bulky, confusing and unwieldly, but it will show Americans that single-payer, socialized medicine is not impossible in this country and not nearly as bad as certain groups would have them believe.”
“The taster para that you get from the link in your blog translates thus: The celebrity of chicklit ASTRE Catherine started Sanderson with web-unwieldly concerning its life.”
“Another point you don't mention is that there is a difference between being against Obamacare the current, unwieldly, 1,000+ page bill being considered by Congress and being against any reform of the current system whatsoever.”
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