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  • Slowed sometimes, hurt at other times, but she continued to be true to her personal sense of pride and values.

    Nelson Davis: Helped by The Help

  • Slowed sometimes, hurt at other times, but she continued to be true to her personal sense of pride and values.

    Nelson Davis: Helped by The Help

  • Related Articles Debt-Sale Hype Under Fire in EU Ireland's Bonds Downgraded to Junk Italy Budget Scrutiny Hits Close to Rome Crisis Slowed Migration to Industrialized Nations As the crisis deepens, even European central banks are considering the possibility that one or more countries could leave the currency bloc, according to people familiar with the matter, a scenario that until a week ago seemed to many as implausible.

    Europe Readies for the Worst

  • Slowed sometimes, hurt at other times, but she continued to be true to her personal sense of pride and values.

    Nelson Davis: Helped by The Help

  • I think a better headline for the post may be β€œIn 2008, Wireline Broadband Growth Slowed” as wireless broadband has taken off.

    In 2008, Broadband Growth Slowed

  • In the Markets Global Fears Rattle the Dow China Inflation Rate Slowed in December "China's efforts to avoid a hard landing have taken back stage to European woes and early signs of a rebound in the U.S., but its success is critical to the fortunes of the region," said Justin Harper, head of research at IG Markets in Singapore in a note.

    China Data Fail to Soothe Asian Markets

  • Slowed down cooking interlude: Popcorn popping in slo-mo.

    Wonkbook: Welcome to gridlocked America

  • Slowed by those injuries, McNabb has not practiced the two-minute offense (which Shanahan defined as a drive that must take the team the length of the field to score with no timeouts) since the 30-16 loss to the St. Louis Rams in Week 3.

    Donovan McNabb could run two-minute drill if he heals, Mike Shanahan says

  • Slowed or interrupted electrical impulse to heart muscles.

    Cardiac terms and definitions

  • Slowed by illness in recent years, including a six-week hospital stay this year due to a staph infection, Byrd concluded his statement with typical bravado.

    In the Senate, a unanimous sentiment: Praise for Robert Byrd

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