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“She explained the economic crisis in terms that I (and the rest of the audience) could understand, suggested practical solutions, and explained how all the economists (each withtwo PhDs from Harvard) had not only not seen the crisis coming, but who have failed to realise the paradigm shift that hasoccurred and therefore have no idea what to do now.”
“Theamendment conflicts withtwo central discourses that inform central values of our party.”
“It appears that TARP2 is TARP1 withtwo layers of fresh paint.”
“We have quit dealing withtwo feed stores because they required a premise ID.”
“The plus side is theirstandard burgers come withtwo patties.”
“They sampled both the cod and the pork, and thoughtthe platters which comes withtwo sides were well worth the $9 price tag.”
“After a bit I was placed in a locked cell in a van withtwo other women; we had seating for two.”
“The typical rig consists of a small sinker at the end of the line withtwo or three dropper hooks spaced 6 to 10 inches apart above the weight.”
“At last, Rick and B.J. on a double date withtwo girls; their dads seemed awfully relieved.”
“Merz implemented the HP StorageWorks MSA1000 withtwo additional disk shelves and 42 15,000 rpm drives, each with 72 gigabytes of storage.”
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