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  • The company also reported a robust international performance, gains in television production and synd ication and lower theatrical marketing costs despite the wide release of three films during the quarter.

    Lions Gate Loss Narrows

  • Maru 5 request. ng emergency o. en coタmu. ication and ナavigaハノonal inform. .ion from any available traffic or s. ations please.

    Blog Fiction | Sci-Fi | Two new messages | Station151

  • This backdrop made the auction more broadly significant as an ind ication of appetite not only for Spanish debt, but for "peripheral" debt in general, Citigroup strategists said before the auction.

    Demand for Spanish Debt Is Strong

  • From the first moment, the arcade was built "for the sale of jewellery and fancy articles of fashionable demand, for the grat­if­ication of the public".

    Elegant Shopping: Burlington Arcade

  • “Victorian spiritualism” struck me as somewhat unlikely concept, giv­en the Victorians passion for science, classif-ication, progress and rat­ion­alism.

    Victorian Spiritualism: Arthur & George

  • In closing, let me be clear that I cannot, and am not, seeking to compel a commun- ication either from Ms. Miller or Mr. Libby or their counsel, nor do I wish to be copied on such correspondence or to participate in any such conversation.

    Why I wrote that incriminating letter to Judy, by Lewis Libby

  • I mean great efine a people's n the creation of a all acts passed by s made by your n of such a culture ication of men and women who know what they're doing.

    Poland

  • He was not much taller than Stile and tended to avoirdupois despite the antifat med - ication in the standard diet.

    Split Infinity

  • In opposition to the joy of feeling satisfied with being “in one's place,” there is the intox - ication of being lost in the swarming proliferation of universal Being.

    COSMIC IMAGES

  • I have read some of his writings, and in view of the importance now given to technical education, I think the most remarkable of them is a pamphlet which he published seventy-odd years ago entitled “Head-ication versus Hand-ication.”

    Autobiography of Andrew Carnegie

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