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heavily-burdened

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  • Â And the beneficial impacts ofÂlegalizing marijuana -- for our neighbors who struggle with serious illness; for our heavily-burdened system of criminal justice; and for the job creation and economic opportunity it would bring to our nation -- would only serve to strengthen America's moral fiber.

    Jonathan Miller: The Moral Case for Legalizing Marijuana

  • And yet, I was left with a competing feeling which I'm reluctant to even voice given the magnitude Mrs. Calvillo's loss: she is seeking emotional solace in the form of a punitive measure on a responsible and heavily-burdened industry which, given the legislative analysis available for Bill 287, has dubious capacity to effect the change it seeks given the vague allocation guidelines and the lack of protection for the funds raised.

    AB 287 Hearing Recap

  • And yet, I was left with a competing feeling which I'm reluctant to even voice given the magnitude Mrs. Calvillo's loss: she is seeking emotional solace in the form of a punitive measure on a responsible and heavily-burdened industry which, given the legislative analysis available for Bill 287, has dubious capacity to effect the change it seeks given the vague allocation guidelines and the lack of protection for the funds raised.

    Archive 2009-10-01

  • The difference is that Ontario's always been there with those heavily-burdened shoulders, instead of always complaining how heavy it would be to have to carry anyone else.

    not so fast

  • The difference is that Ontario's always been there with those heavily-burdened shoulders, instead of always complaining how heavy it would be to have to carry anyone else.

    not so fast

  • Besides, as you pointed out, our oil is not going to last forever and you certainly don't want yet another have-not province hanging off your heavily-burdened shoulders.

    not so fast

  • Besides, as you pointed out, our oil is not going to last forever and you certainly don't want yet another have-not province hanging off your heavily-burdened shoulders.

    not so fast

  • Nothing in the eager but painstaking inventor showed a distracted mind or a heavily-burdened soul.

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  • A touch of the spurs, and the heavily-burdened horse set off down the gorge.

    Conan of Cimmeria

  • Ireland it would fall with crushing force on the already heavily-burdened agricultural industry.

    Against Home Rule (1912) The Case for the Union

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