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“The problem: Append [y, 42] actually returns a new list that is created by appending 42 to the list in y.”
“I spent three days completely obsessed with this detail and how people were going to think I was being cutsey and kitschy and other things ending in - y.”
“Iâ€ ™ ll also be raising a beer tonight, but then again, it is a day that ends in y.”
“I can now see that, as regards its _real_ antique bases, I was far more deeply read and better grounded than were even its most advanced leaders in Anglo-Saxony.”
“The company could simply be covering its bases in the event that the domain name y. com should ever be available for registration in the future and someone else secures it before they can (or wins the auction).”
“The irony is that even when Yahoo succeeds at securing the trademark, the domain name y. com does not belong to the company and conceivably never will.”
“There's a place there called the y.m.c.a. They can start you back on your way.”
“GERMANY - A supermarket clerk got more than fruit when unpacking boxes of bananas this week in Germany.”
“SIGNS OF THE CHANGING GERMANY: THE EXAMPLE OF DOMINIK BRUNNER yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'SIGNS OF THE CHANGING GERMANY: THE EXAMPLE OF DOMINIK BRUNNER'; yahooBuzzArticleSummary = 'Article: As I write this article, there has been another act of violence in schools in Germany.”
“€3. 3bn (£2. 9bn) that the company needs to finance its restructuring, despite a sceptical reaction in Germany.”
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