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  • It's believed they are on the run in that car, and they are driving a car -- it has temporary intransit tags and has it in the window instead of on the license plate area.

    CNN Transcript Sep 26, 2002

  • Guyanese on a plane whilst intransit at Port-of-Spain.

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  • "My mom is ok she is intransit for Lincoln Nebraska" Junior wrote on his Facebook page, next to a photo of his grandmother.

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  • First, is there any continued describes or what specifically drove the increase in intransit inventory.

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  • So the better comparable is to exclude the intransit to compare to last year.

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  • They had arrived in the wee hours, intransit, after long, gruelling meetings with the Germans on the Caribbean Methanol Plant negotiations.

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  • Referring specifically to cash-intransit robbers, the minister suggested that the strong-arm tactics employed by task forces in the past had given these criminal gangs a taste of their own medicine and had forced them to seek softer targets, giving rise to an increase in ATM bombings.

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