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  • Instead, Mr. Mubarak effectively spurned Washington's overtures and moved onto his own, dif ferent track.

    Moment of Truth for U.S.

  • After several fruitless min - utes, he dusted off his hands and decided to try a dif - ferent tack.

    Stalling

  • Does anyone know some of the dif-ferent types of harassment?

    Stupid Cupid

  • Russians, of course, got used to barter during the communist era; but capitalism was supposed to be dif - ferent, and the level of trading in kind now dwarfs anything most citizens have experienced.

    How To Survive In The Sour Cream Economy

  • The practice on many U.S. military bases around the world is dif-ferent.

    'Don't Ask, Don't Tell'--Marine Style

  • Depending on whether he consults a behaviorist, a cognitive psychologist or a Freudian analyst, a patient could get an entirely dif-ferent diagnosis and treatment plan.

    Managing The Mind

  • Meanwhile, an unmarried welfare mom living nearby has three kids by three dif-ferent fathers.

    White Ghetto?

  • But the scale of their expectations is dif-ferent: the upper-middle-class, college-educated parents in this district don't just want their kids to get a good education, they want them to be academic stars.

    The New First Grade: Too Much Too Soon

  • What became clear for me may be utterly dif-ferent than for you.

    The First Day Of The Rest Of My Life

  • These were the dif-ferent answers given me by his porter, with as much confusion as I had impatience; and yet it was evident to me, that he had his lesson given him.

    Sir Charles Grandison

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