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  • "The days of Uncle Sugar being a wonderful source of revenue" and revenue growth are "at risk," he added.

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  • “Tonight, Uncle Sugar will be putting us up at the Hotel Histria.”

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  • And as for any of those workers who just can't handle working for a private company instead of Uncle Sugar, they would be eligible for a voluntary buyout of up to $25,000.

    When Only the Best Will Do.

  • Now that Uncle Sugar is making noises about doing it for them, they support that.

    "Obama acted almost as the primaries were behind him, offering a case against the probable Republican nominee."

  • Homeowners pay in a variety of ways, from having their own home value drop when their neighborhoods become ghost towns of abandoned, foreclosed property, to picking up the tab when Uncle Sugar comes to the rescue of the big banks who bought up the phony loans like cyanide laced hard candy.

    Mortgage fraud: It's so bad feds just track cases over 50K

  • And forking over an extra chunk for Uncle Sugar probably won't enhance the experience.

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  • And forking over an extra chunk for Uncle Sugar probably won't enhance the experience.

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  • Later, he came to understand that the Frenchman was in the business of weapons and dope, if not directly sanctioned by Uncle Sugar - the local cynical nickname for the US Government - then at least tolerated by this enigmatic, godlike entity which overstrode life in wartime Saigon like a Titan from the clouds.

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  • Uncle Sugar announces it going to require renovation of all the nuke reactors in the country and allow 6 more to be built.

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  • And there's no incentive to control costs when the players know Uncle Sugar will just borrow a few more bucks from China to pay their bills.

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