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  • He called the 30-minute segment, which aired on W Network last July, a "huge advantage." - Home Page

  • A judge called a 30-minute delay Wednesday after prosecutors said they needed time to review a defense report they just received.

    The Seattle Times

  • After a year in which Obama has seen his approval ratings slide and the conservative grassroots movement rise to prominence, the president used part of the nearly 30-minute speech at the University of Michigan to lay out his vision for how political debate ought to transpire.

    Obama calls for civil debate, takes shots at critics

  • One study of sedentary women showed that short bouts of brisk walking three 10-minute walks per day were as effective in reducing body fat as one 30-minute walk per day.

    The Small Change Diet

  • She seems to be fully qualified to be the host of a 30-minute cable TV show.

    Reid takes dig at Palin in reelection launch

  • Until I got back to Leicester this afternoon all the trains turned up on time, and even then there was only a 30-minute wait.

    Snow chaos, what snow chaos?

  • It was Tony Blair in 1997 who unilaterally telescoped the two sessions into one 30-minute slot at noon on Wednesdays.

    Why we should cherish prime minister's questions | Michael White

  • On a piece of paper, write down every good thing that will happen if you get your butt off the couch and go for your 30-minute walk or to your yoga class.

    The Small Change Diet

  • Mom had set it up with a local radio station after seeing something in one of the newspapers that advertised special b-boy surprises, sending crews to private homes for 30-minute gigs.

    Fallin’ Up

  • You can take a brisk 30-minute walk before, during, or after work.

    The Small Change Diet


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