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“Current estimates are low but it's anyone's guess what will happen once the economy recovers, which I certainly hope it will before this years-long project is complete.”
“A New Jersey man who went by "Devilfish" as he sent threatening e-mails to employees at the D. C.-based headquarters of the National Council of La Raza and other Latino civil rights groups pleaded guilty Wednesday to his years-long campaign, federal prosecutors said.”
“He is not the new voice he pretends to be, but is the product of a slick, secret, years-long marketing campaign.”
“CVS Caremark Corp. dodged a bullet after a years-long federal investigation, agreeing to a $5 million settlement that didn't require major changes to the company's practices.”
“Pemex, one of the world's biggest oil companies, was left out in the cold on Tuesday when Repsol ended a years-long battle with Sacyr Vallehermoso SA, its biggest shareholder.”
“Kathryn Wright Strand noted that her brother-in-law's years-long unemployment is "tough on the whole family.”
“A study released last week by security firm McAfee showed that dozens of government entities, major companies and nonprofits around the world were the victims of a massive, years-long cyber-attack effort.”
“After a court ordered the government to either enforce the law or change it, a years-long fight in Congress ensued.”
“WASHINGTON—The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is close to granting three permits to Royal Dutch Shell PLC for Alaska coast drilling, marking a milestone in the company's years-long effort to extract oil in the Arctic.”
“The Obama administration wants to allow the office to retain its fees to help the agency tackle a years-long backlog of patent applications.”
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