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“East is very pleasant, and seems well-populated even in these hard times.”
“But Romney almost definitely lost Iowa and perhaps Colorado because turnout in well-populated Romney strongholds was down, while turnout in counties in which Romney fared poorly was up.”
“One of the difficulties in improving quality has been that practices in well-populated areas are in effect guaranteed patients because at the moment, people have to register near their home.”
“But for those of us who need a little assurance about what we're paying into these days, hopefully we have some preserved acres and well-populated fly-ways as our answer.”
“A planning document left up on the net drew my attention with a sentence it contained: "With virtually all FM channels in well-populated areas already assigned, the only option is to obtain outlets from those who already have them, including commercial, religious, and educational broadcasters outside the public radio system.”
“Even if you had divorced Catherine and married her, she still would only have been one among many in your affections; your heart is a well-populated country.”
“For all the starkness of its settings, The Ghost Writer is well-populated with intriguing characters.”
“Plaquemines, a sliver of delta dirt near the mouth of the Mississippi River south of New Orleans, is neither well-known nor well-populated.”
“Congress, as well-populated with jerkoffs then as they were at anytime in their history, fought this effort with the tenacity they typically reserve for fundraising their own elections.”
“Both groups are well-populated, so far they manage to remain civil to one another, and I think the rift is more interesting than potentially dangerous to the federal Conservatives, as this is not really their fight.”
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