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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of FOIL.


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  • The Town of Ithaca's codes department dealt with around 50 last year, an official in that office said, but a total number for the Town would be difficult to round up since each department deals with their FOILs separately, she said. -

  • The City of Ithaca's clerk's office dealt with 359, not counting FOILs that were handled through other departments. -

  • There were 24 FOILs, all from either Pat Ehrich, Corinne Frantz, or Frank Araneo, another member of the Coalition for Sustainable Schools. -

  • "But you end up spending a lot of time hearing about project change orders, FOILs and a lot of legal stuff.

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