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  • The city is so designated because it gets millions of extra aid dollars from Trenton through a program that was formerly called Distressed Cities.

    Press of Atlantic City: Editorials

  • Group Cuts Deal, Renews Construction on Brooklyn Condos Amid an Increase in Distressed Real-Estate Loan Sales.

    Investors Restart Once-Stalled Developments

  • There have appeared likewise under his name a comedy called the Distressed Wife, and the Rehearsal at

    Johnson's Lives of the Poets — Volume 2

  • I am appointed to act a Part in the new Tragedy called The Distressed

    The Spectator, Volume 2.

  • Such NPAs which are purchased with the objective of restructuring and exiting, are called Distressed Assets.

    VCCircle News

  • La Mancha has, by merely attempting it, finished and concluded the adventure of the Countess Trifaldi, otherwise called the Distressed

    Don Quixote

  • And with that he coughed, and stroked down his beard with both his hands, and stood very tranquilly waiting for the response of the duke, which was to this effect: "Many days ago, worthy squire Trifaldin of the White Beard, we heard of the misfortune of my lady the Countess Trifaldi, whom the enchanters have caused to be called the Distressed Duenna.

    Don Quixote

  • DEAR AMY: I'm responding to "Distressed," whose newly unemployed husband didn't seem to know what a stay-at-home dad's responsibilities were.

    Top Stories | nashvillecitypaper.com

  • As for "Distressed", I can see you won't be running a company, it's suits, not suites, and mE, you had a cheating union rep that made you suffer, not AK.

    daytondailynews.com - News

  • This is a discussion on Tony Blair's Goebbles, "Distressed" on BBC within the Foreign Affairs forums, part of the Topical Discussion category on Politics. ie.

    Politics.ie

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