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“I can assure you that my personal ratio of weird-to-sexy is strictly monitored by a team of world-leading Swedish sexologists, and they have reported no significant changes in the ratio.”
“• In the women's 1,500 meters, Colorado grad Jenny Barringer made her professional debut memorable with a world-leading time of 4: 08.11.”
“While our earnings were not immune to the sharp downward trajectory of global markets, our limited partner investors affirmed their confidence in our world-leading businesses and increased their share of funds with us," Chairman and Chief Executive Stephen Schwarzman said.”
“Management has a declared policy of only attempting takeovers of world-leading, so-called tier-one assets.”
“Veronica Campbell-Brown left the rest of the field trailing as she posted a new personal best and an impressive world-leading time of 10.76 as she won easily.”
“Despite the speed cut, and this month's halting of one new line by the environment ministry, China says it is committed to roughly doubling its current, world-leading high-speed rail track length from its current 5,193 miles to 9,942 miles by 2015, Xinhua says.”
“This is what UK science is all about – a world-leading success story that must be treasured and supported for the future.”
“That was already a world-leading figure, but by 2003 it had increased by a third, to 20 square feet.”
“But, he says, Intel "is a world-leading company that has a history of raising its dividends annually.”
“These policies will ignite another record-smashing, and world-leading, 25-year economic boom, restoring the American Dream and rebuilding the America we love.”
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