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  • v. Alternative spelling of funnelling.

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  • Last summer, Bullock and the Arizona attorney general, joined by 24 of their counterparts from other states, filed a friend-of-court brief urging the Supreme Court to uphold current laws and precedents that strictly limit what he called the funneling of corporate dollars into campaigns.

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  • The elites I constantly refer to I identify as those who have an interest in funneling money to the extremely wealthy and to corporate America at the expense of everyone else.

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  • The elites I constantly refer to I identify as those who have an interest in funneling money to the extremely wealthy and to corporate America at the expense of everyone else, you included, Thor.

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  • So the idea of funneling large amounts of money into the present system so that fast trains can reach every door in America whether or not anyone would actually like to ride them seems, well, a bit dubious.

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  • It seems to me that the present course of action -- namely funneling more and more money to corrupt lenders and wasteful industries, and exacting punitive sanctions on individuals and families who have been working and struggling to make do -- is really the one that represents a radical departure from the concept of fairness (and even celebration) that history counsels.

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  • But out on the midway last week, younger voters -- moms and dads with children on their shoulders or in strollers -- were cautiously open to the idea of funneling some payroll-tax money into private savings accounts.

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  • Half of those fees will go directly to big record labels funneling billions of dollars to companies overseas.

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  • Neel Kashkari, the interim head of the $700 billion bailout program, was cool to the idea of funneling the money to companies beyond banks and AIG.

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  • In addition, sport power, whether the ability to swat a ball or deliver a right cross, is a matter of transferring energy from one section of your body to another, utilizing various levers and torques, "funneling" momentum through smaller kinesthetic apertures like water squeezed through a smaller hose nozzle, increasing velocity.

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  • The winds on top of a building much higher than at the bottom of the building, even though at some point you can see some kind of funneling effect here.

    CNN Transcript Sep 1, 2008

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