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  • "Devastating," that is how Oprah Winfrey describes abuse allegations at the girls school she opened in South Africa.

    CNN Transcript Nov 5, 2007

  • : "Devastating," "destabilizing," and "apocalypse now" are just some of the words and phrases used in a new report assessing the impact that the FCC's proposed net neutrality rules could have on the US broadband economy.

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  • Titled "Devastating", the ad features the new report from CMS citing the potential effects to Medicare and the coverage seniors would receive, and members of our Greatest Generation begging Congress not to cut Medicare to pay for health care reform.

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  • 'Devastating' indeed: Cheney tries to con the public into forgetting

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  • Titled "Devastating", the ad features the new report from CMS citing the potential effects to Medicare and the coverage seniors would receive, and members of our Greatest Generation begging Congress not to cut Medicare to pay for health care reform.

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  • Titled "Devastating", the ad features the new report from CMS citing the potential effects to Medicare and the coverage seniors would receive, and members of our Greatest Generation begging Congress not to cut Medicare to pay for health care reform.

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  • "Devastating" is how the skilled nursing industry describes the likely impact of the Strickland proposal.

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  • 'Devastating' indeed: Cheney tries to con the public into forgetting

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  • "Devastating," said Dennis Burns as he surveyed the wreckage.

    Omaha World-Herald > Frontpage

  • 'Devastating' indeed: Cheney tries to con the public into forgetting

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