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“Whirlpool said Samsung and LG are using high profits in their home market, which the U.S. company described as "well-protected" from imports, to "finance their very aggressive push into the U.S. and other export markets.”
“The next day they found a well-protected harbor near an island called Bibacta.”
“This well-protected settlement had long been the center of commercial activity in the area and had served as the capital of the Chalcidic Confederacy against Sparta, then against Athens.”
“Instead of a suicidal charge against this well-protected position, Alexander set his engineer corps to work building a winding path on the far side of Mount Ossa overlooking the sea.”
“The site was not well-protected and during the recent dry years a desperate rancher had illegally loosed his cows on it.”
“Few pitchers have ever been as well-protected—and then as badly yanked around—as Chamberlain.”
“Finally, perhaps we should be developing well-protected, cyberstupid government networks that can be used for critical private functions in a crisis.”
“Ken Arromdee: Not being jailed for speaking out against the government is an example, and not everything is as well-protected as the example.”
“Not being jailed for speaking out against the government is an example, and not everything is as well-protected as the example.”
“Mr. Hamidi, a former Virginia bookkeeper, was killed while shaking hands with the bomber before a meeting in the well-protected Kandahar municipality compound, said Gen. Abdul Razzik, Kandahar's provincial police chief.”
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