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“Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty reported that the prisoners resorted to sewing up each others' mouths after staff tried to break a week-long hunger strike by force feeding them.”
“Ringing throughout the week-long visit was the message that Bangladesh was a country created thanks to India's heroic sacrifice.”
“When the House returns Monday from a week-long recess, members and staffers will see something that hasn't been in the Capitol for four years: polystyrene.”
“The government funding measure is the only thing standing between lawmakers and a week-long recess.”
“The results come at the end of a week-long effort to promote telework as a useful work option for federal employees.”
“Strobl's week-long trip accompanying Phelps 'body from a Delaware military mortuary to burial in Wyoming provides Taking Chance's poignant emotional context.”
“Colin Powell, along with wife Alma, interviewed on Morning Joe during the week-long educational marathon, discussed how in many inner cities, children aren't getting educated because they live in fear of violence.”
“Here's how this story goes: A group of friends and family rendezvous annually in southwest Montana for a week-long late-season elk hunt.”
“Clinton is beginning a week-long trip to India and Thailand.”
“The price tag can run more than $10,000 per person for week-long programs at top business schools—and that may be prohibitive if many family members attend.”
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