pre-suspension love

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  • Yup, when the pre-suspension days fall off the 3-day tracking polls later this weekend, Obama's going to open up a huge lead.

    Obama's Lead Nearly Doubles In Today's Tracking Polls

  • Teamsters Local 117, which represents the workers, said the two sides were unable to negotiate an agreement that would have allowed the workers to return to their pre-suspension status, under which they wouldn't have to clock out to pray.

    Breaking News: CBS News

  • While the American was unable to race following a 2006 positive doping test for the banned steroid testosterone, Jamaican Usain Bolt emerged as the king of sprinting with times Gatlin could only dream of in his pre-suspension days.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • Gulf production back to its pre-suspension levels.

    Transterrestrial Musings

  • It's already estimated that it will take two years or longer to get Gulf production back to its pre-suspension levels.

    Reason Magazine

  • Katusha's Goose in his pre-suspension days might have had good ride on this long course so it will be interesting to see what his form is now in

    Podium Cafe

  • The ACLU letter charged "that while the charges against them, if proven, would certainly warrant disciplinary action, the interim suspensions were issued without a pre-suspension hearing and without regard for the purpose and limits of interim suspensions."

    The Berkeley Daily Planet, The East Bay's Independent Newspaper

  • Barkely in studio pre-suspension - he's lost his edge a little.

    Dime Magazine (www.dimemag.com) : Daily NBA News, NBA Trades, NBA Rumors, Basketball Videos, Sneakers

  • In Americablog I read McCain's pre-suspension statements to press questions that contained strong hints that:

    Firedoglake

  • Drysdale’s post-suspension walk rate in 1961 was 42 percent better than his pre-suspension walk rate in 1961.

    ROB NEYER’S BIG BOOK OF BASEBALL LEGENDS

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  • No doubt their parents later picked up the kiddies in pre-owned cars.

    December 14, 2007

  • Something we had at my K-8 school. Instead of being thrown out of the school building entirely, kids would be thrown out of their class and be forced to stay with a younger grade until their sentence was served.

    December 14, 2007