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  • Dealing is still illegal, and as said above, the amounts are miniscule -- enough marijuana for four joints, according to the news story I read.

    A remarkable week for the Mexican congress

  • A new report by the European Council on Foreign Relations ECFR entitled "Dealing with a post-BRICs Russia", the publication of which coincides with Russian parliamentary elections this Sunday, mentions the following facts:

    Raghida Dergham: Moscow's Failed Policy on the Syrian Crisis

  • HBO did a great hidden-camera documentary called Dealing Dogs that I encourage every owner to see.

    30 Days to a Well-Mannered Dog

  • Maybe someone should write a book for teenagers called Dealing with Overly Concerned Parents for Dummies!

    The Power of a Positive Teen

  • The first was entitled Dealing With Emergency Vehicles Safely, which I sailed through first time without any hiccups.

    Auto Express: News

  • "Dealing" with the situation was never a possible alternative then, reflecting an underlying assumption that in its current state, Iran can be neither contained nor deterred à la Cold War policies toward the Soviet Union.

    Michelle M. Smith: Neoconservative Sings the Blues on Iran

  • By the end of September there were great numbers of men out of employment, and the practical persons who controlled the town were already preparing to enact the usual farce of 'Dealing' with the distress that was certain to ensue.

    The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists

  • "The crown jewel in our economy," says Moore, author of management and innovation-themed books such as Dealing with Darwin: How Great Companies Innovate at Every Stage of Their Evolution, "is our ability to lead innovation."

    CRM Daily

  • Its called Dealing With the Federal Prosecution System of the District of Columbia. "aquarious These people want a reality TV show, give them one.

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  • Although Owen, Easton and Crass and a few others were so lucky as to have had a little work to do during the last few months, the majority of their fellow workmen had been altogether out of employment most of the time, and meanwhile the practical business-men, and the pretended disciples of Christ -- the liars and hypocrites who professed to believe that all men are brothers and God their Father -- had continued to enact the usual farce that they called 'Dealing' with the misery that surrounded them on every side.

    The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists

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