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- n. 100 bututs equal 1 dalasi in Gambia
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Gordon Brown spent his time in No. 11 taxing-and-spending the economy into a hole (figures yesterday revealed that Brown's spree cost the economy at least£14 billion), butat least he didit with conviction ...
It is very family oriented, butat leat I had a family here to spend it with.
Oh, they might well all be as impossible or even repulsive as the candidates shed been presented with so far, butat least they would be someone different.
He really was a great hard working man that got the job done, butat the same time was funny, intelligent, caring, and responsible.
Words do well to make people aware of an issue butat a certain point action is vital to change.
I can’t speak for everyone, butat my publishing house, yes.