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  • "There certainly was evidence that Iknadosian was selling to people who were not buying the guns for themselves, and that's a class-one misdemeanor," Gottsfield said.

    As Mexico drug violence runs rampant, U.S. guns tied to crime south of border

  • "There certainly was evidence that Iknadosian was selling to people who were not buying the guns for themselves, and that's a class-one misdemeanor," Gottsfield said.

    As Mexico drug violence runs rampant, U.S. guns tied to crime south of border

  • "There certainly was evidence that Iknadosian was selling to people who were not buying the guns for themselves, and that's a class-one misdemeanor," Gottsfield said.

    As Mexico drug violence runs rampant, U.S. guns tied to crime south of border

  • Because of its size, the management of Kerr-McGee reasoned that it did not have much chance to win attractive, “real class-one” onshore acreage against the larger companies.

    The Prize

  • Because of its size, the management of Kerr-McGee reasoned that it did not have much chance to win attractive, “real class-one” onshore acreage against the larger companies.

    The Prize

  • So could the areas around any business engaging in intercontinental or continent-wide commerce — as could the space outside the place of business or dwelling of any person convicted of a class-one felony.

    Flash

  • Two cases are cause for a class-one action against ISS.

    Flash

  • Fisher, for one, who had all the symptoms of a class-one trouble-maker.

    Cyclops One

  • Fisher, for one, who had all the symptoms of a class-one trouble-maker.

    Cyclops One

  • What he proposed was that the SEC be promoted to a class-one agency, which is the status of the Fed.

    CNN Transcript Jul 28, 2002

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