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“Three weeks in March were supposed to have been vacation-time (which is really recharge so I can write more time), but, instead, I wrote "As Red as Red," helped Spooky with the CEM of The Red Tree, and wrote "A Canvas for Incoherent Arts.”
“Hello everyone and sorry for the two-week gap in posts - you gotta love vacation-time!”
“Many are pushing back, dropping teams mid-season, barring year-round competition for their children or refusing to make their kids available for holiday or vacation-time play.”
“Beaches: Summer isn't just vacation-time, it's road-construction time!”
“This has been the pattern for six months, he has 6 weeks of stored vacation-time he is trying to use-or-lose on an afternoon when possible basis.”
“I will be going to CiL, but that may be it for me for some time — unless, like you, I do some vacation-time lobbyconning.”
“It also said merit-pay raises will be suspended, saving about $235 million this year, and eliminated the accumulated vacation-time policy.”
“Bush's dig at Congress for being on vacation is ironic, as he rivals Ronald Reagan for the title of 'presidential vacation-time record holder.”
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“Finally, the secretary's vacation-time replacement helped me, and it looked like things might be working out.”
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