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  • The title couldn't be more fitting: As the U.S. film market changes right alongside the economy, film buyers and sellers alike are fumbling to redefine how films are bought, sold and distributed.

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  • The term couldn't have been more conspicuous if it had been written in Japanese.

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  • The rubbish pun in the title couldn't be more obvious if they'd put an arrow-shaped sticker on the CD case with 'LOOK!

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  • Ms Elliot roomed with Ms Ma during the pageant and says the title couldn't have gone to a better person.

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  • The title couldn't have been more dramatic: "Death of Gold."

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  • After all, the label couldn't have been acting in such a desperate manner if it was selling to begin with.

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  • A representative from the label couldn't be reached for comment late Wednesday evening.

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  • Can't say as I saw that one coming, but, hey, fair enough: I always knew I'd watch him wherever he turned up, and it's not like there's anything inherently wrong with TBS … well, not anything that a purge of any and all series containing the words "Tyler Perry's" in its title couldn't fix, anyway.

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  • 'I'd worked from 16 years old until 26 years old ... then I got a couple of big breaks, but the label couldn't give a s**t about me.

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  • Though the title couldn’t be more self-explanatory, I can’t help but wonder what this performance will actually involve, and whether it will ultimately result in a real tribute to Streep’s career or a big joke at the thespian’s expense.

    Men Take On Meryl In “Streep Tease” « Gender Across Borders

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