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  • Plaguing the administrations for decades, the president is pledging to cut costs and insure the uninsured all during the White House health care summit.

    CNN Transcript Mar 6, 2009

  • Racism: Plaguing America Since 1959! blog about articles archives media

    Racism: Plaguing America Since 1959!

  • The article is “What's Plaguing Associations 2008” and is based on interviews with over 100 association executives on the biggest data management challenges that they face.

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • Plaguing both sides of this debate is a shortage of data about a thriving sector of the market: the customized market for derivatives known as swaps.

    Commodities Regulator Under Fire

  • And I swear On december 23 there were Plaguing every single video game store and when I finally convinced Someone to Join with me to get one at 7:00 pm there were left only….

    EXTRALIFE – By Scott Johnson - Playstation 3s sitting on a shelf at Wal-mart

  • Plaguing the beachhead on the north was the Point, a hollowed-out knob of rock bristling with enemy fortifications.

    Brotherhood of Heroes

  • Plaguing his mind through it all was the image of Veronique alone and sick.

    Temporary Wife

  • Plaguing Rosalyn with the gruesome punishments she expected would have the additional benefit of entertaining him.

    Smart Dragons, Foolish Elves

  • Plaguing his mother, amusing himself as best he could, riding about the country on a good mare, of which he was proud, he was living in utter idleness, affording occasion for much wonder that he had never yet disgraced himself.

    Mary Marston

  • 'Plaguing is only fun, but grieving, that is serious.'

    Hopes and Fears or, scenes from the life of a spinster

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