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  • The central issue is the back-loading of the premiere matches at this tournament, which is unique among the four Grand Slams.

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  • Better protection of government capital spending and investment and implementation of more radical entitlement reform would also achieve the back-loading of austerity measures in a way that would boost economic growth.

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  • By front-loading benefits to average Americans while back-loading benefits to the well-to-do, they could also camouflage the winner-take-all nature of the new laws.

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  • Let us see how much money the Conservatives deliver and how soon no more back-loading like the Liberals, and how fast equipment gets purchased.

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  • And Obama made a point of back-loading the G.O.P.'s budget cuts so as not to contract the economy.

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  • For more looming deadlines for tax-favored accounts, including tips on back-loading your

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  • Given the long-time horizons of institution-building work, back-loading U.S. support for these efforts pushes the long-term sustainability of any successes further down the road.

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  • By back-loading troop withdrawals until 2010, Obama also keeps his hand strong in the poker game with Iran.

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  • What they are doing is back-loading the withdrawal process.

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  • This increase is partially due to the increase in the back-loading of sales for the quarter.

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  • spotted in the 2015 Canadian politics debate live tweets.

    "He's backing off and back-loading his key commitments."

    September 18, 2015