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  • "Ample" due process for the government to kill an innocent person should be at least as high as that required to kill a serial killer, no?

    "Our government was not designed to be efficient."

  • "Ample," urged Mr. Opp; "it's just a little necessary transaction, as it were."

    Mr. Opp

  • "Ample," said Daniels, at last able to speak a word on the torrent of glib language momentarily pausing; "but we are going away to fulfill an engagement in Paris."

    The Son of Clemenceau

  • "Ample," said Mrs Twist; adding icily, "and did I you say confound,

    Christopher and Columbus

  • Ample accommodations in the two cookhouses where British personnel does the cooking under German supervision.

    Work Camp 107 GW

  • Ample growth opportunities, a ready customer base and untapped profit potential are expected to drive U.S. retailers into Canada during the next couple of years.

    Retailers Look to Canada

  • Fish Story -- Ample evidence that climate change is happening if you see where they're catching fish from Florida.

    Short Takes

  • Ample Capital analyst William Lo , known for his bearish views on stocks, said, "Even I didn't imagine the fall would be so drastic."

    HK's Hang Seng Index Plummets

  • Ginsburg pointed to Connick's role: "Ample evidence presented at the civil rights trial demonstrated that Connick's deliberately indifferent attitude created a tinderbox in which …violations were nigh inevitable."

    Exonerated inmate won't get $14M

  • Ample evidence exists showing that Ashkenazi Jews have absolutely no historical or blood connection to Israel or the middle east for that matter.

    It’s Hard to Be an Anti-Zionist Jew « Antiwar.com Blog

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