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  • Frequently described as a "high-flying former diplomat," Carne Ross resigned from the Foreign Office over the Iraq War.

    James Denselow: Understanding the Global Revolution

  • Frequently described as a "high-flying former diplomat," Carne Ross resigned from the Foreign Office over the Iraq War.

    James Denselow: Understanding the Global Revolution

  • Frequently described as a "high-flying former diplomat," Carne Ross resigned from the Foreign Office over the Iraq War.

    James Denselow: Understanding the Global Revolution

  • Frequently described as a "high-flying former diplomat," Carne Ross resigned from the Foreign Office over the Iraq War.

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  • October 21st, 2009 Playing iconic flier AMELIA EARHART upon a big shade kept actress HILARY SWANK's high-flying dreams to turn a commander upon a ground - since a film's word association bosses wouldn't let a Oscar winner take off.

    Hero pilot Sullenberger jokes about marital boost in NBC 'People ...

  • In this case, it is the idea that a high-flying partner at a big swinging law firm would hire a glib college-dropout and pass him off as a Harvard-law-trained associate.

    Hollow Points and Cream Puffs

  • October 21st, 2009 Playing iconic flier AMELIA EARHART upon a large screen kept singer HILARY SWANK's high-flying dreams to turn a commander upon a ground - since a film's insurance association bosses wouldn't let a Oscar leader take off.

    Hero pilot Sullenberger jokes about marital boost in NBC 'People ...

  • The high-flying Swiss franc, now near all-time highs against the euro and the dollar, thus far has failed to curb the country's economic growth or damp foreign demand for its high-quality goods, but this could change.

    Swiss Keep Rates on Hold

  • October 21st, 2009 Playing iconic flier AMELIA EARHART upon a large screen kept singer HILARY SWANK's high-flying dreams to turn a commander upon a ground - since a film's insurance association bosses wouldn't let a Oscar leader take off.

    Archive 2009-11-01

  • October 21st, 2009 Playing iconic flier AMELIA EARHART upon a big shade kept actress HILARY SWANK's high-flying dreams to turn a commander upon a ground - since a film's word association bosses wouldn't let a Oscar winner take off.

    Archive 2009-11-01

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