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  • The staffer joked that it it would've been funnier if the party were titled "Raise the Roof."

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  • Tulwana said they had introduce a new game called Raise Your Game to make the lottery interesting and promote its idea of giving while playing.

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  • Derived from the acronym Raise Yourself To Help Mankind, the RYTHM Foundation was created to emulate the fundamentals on which the QI Group has been built since 1998.

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  • That's because, according to a nonprofit called Raise Hope for Congo, more than 5 million people have died in fighting to control the mines that produce those minerals.

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  • Back in Dharamsala, India, she had helped to start an organization called Raise Tibetan Flags Campaign.

    Rebecca Novick: Arrested in Tibet: A Young American's Journey of Fear

  • Today, I watched this really awful Hilary Duff film called Raise Your Voice about a girl who goes to a summer music program in Los Angeles.

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  • At sunrise the following morning two men walked through Wythburn towards the hillock known as the Raise, down the long road that led to the south.

    The Shadow of a Crime A Cumbrian Romance

  • Comedian and performer Remy has released a flashy video called "Raise the Debt Ceiling," in which he sports sunglasses, a crooked cap and a gold dollar sign around his neck as he raps about an arcane subject to a delicious, crowd-pleasing beat.

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  • The nation's dairy farmers and milk processors are joining the national conversation on healthy school lunches to provide moms with the facts about the nutritional benefits of drinking lowfat or fat free chocolate milk and to help keep chocolate milk in schools with a new campaign called Raise Your Hand for Chocolate Milk.

    THE MEDICAL NEWS

  • "Raise" does not mean "eliminate" in English, and the second sentence (If we kept the ...) is a statement of fact, there to give you a sense of the magnitudes.

    On Eve Of Primary, Hillary Drops Negative Mailer Hitting Obama On Taxes

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