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  • Bruce Josten, the senior lobb-yist at the US Chamber of Commerce, said he fully accepted some limits on executive pay would be approved, but he pointed to some risks in the plan.

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  • But but but - she's a cree-yist-yin; she's not perfect, she's bugfuck nuts forgiven by the endless source of the 6,000 year old universe!

    Crooks and Liars

  • "A braw, handsome lad, as yer honor ever saw," replied the Scotchman, who was delighted at this opportunity of speaking the praise of one for whom his heart overflowed with love and pity -- "yist like a young poplar, fu 'sax feet high, and portly.

    The British Partizan: A Tale of the Olden Time. By a Lady of South Carolina

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