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  • Sandilands took issue with her after she reported that viewers had called his 90-minute TV special "awkward" and a "disaster" on Twitter.

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

  • In time, the animosities found expression in the two soccer teams, and in the so-called "90-minute bigots" who pack the stands.

    NYT > Global Home

  • Sandilands took issue with her after she reported that viewers had called his 90-minute TV special "awkward" and a "disaster" on Twitter.

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

  • I figured I faced at least a 90-minute wait for a permit there.

    Tacoma or VW Golf? Camping?

  • After a 90-minute drive we were treated to a boat ride to reach our final destination.

    Christy Turlington: Back to Bangladesh -- Day 4

  • In Abengourou, a 90-minute drive from neighboring Ghana, about two dozen trucks depart daily hauling cocoa beans, or what locals call "black gold."

    Cocoa Smuggling Hampers Ivory Coast

  • As most of you already know, Tuesday's 90-minute Lady Gaga-inspired extravaganza, "Born This Way," will be a classic Glee affair in which the kids learn to love what they hate most about themselves.

    Glee: Watch Santana Keep It Real in "Born This Way"

  • Mr. Obama, after a 90-minute lunch with former President Bill Clinton in Harlem, traveled far downtown to the former site of the World Trade Center and met Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg near the pile just before 4 p.m.

    2008 Election

  • In Abengourou, a 90-minute drive from neighboring Ghana, about two dozen trucks depart daily hauling cocoa beans, or what locals call "black gold."

    Cocoa Smuggling Hampers Ivory Coast

  • After a 90-minute drive we were treated to a boat ride to reach our final destination.

    Christy Turlington: Back to Bangladesh -- Day 4

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