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  • Mr. Mahaffy was sentenced at the time to two years in prison, while Mr. Ghysels was sentenced to three years 'proba tion, six months of which would be served as home detention.

    Judge Denies New Trial in 'Squawk' Box Case

  • But with Pittsburgh already in the playoffs and facing a two-touchdown underdog in Carolina, Mr. Polamalu, a five-time Pro Bowler, is proba bly better off resting.

    Big Ten's New Look Not Winning Raves

  • While most bigger banks would proba bly weather additional price falls of as much as 5%, a double-digit decline could force many to again build loan-loss reserves, denting profit.

    Housing Still Awaits Its Happy Ending

  • Tas's long hair whipped into Woodrow's face, and proba - bly would have obscured his vision if Woodrow's eyes had been open.

    Stalling

  • Minuit se quodammodo proba bonitas conscientiae secretum, Boethius, l. 1. pros.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Besides, unless Kyrtian came to grief in there, she didn't in'tend to leave any trace of her own passing, so she would proba-bly have to get out the hard way.

    Elvenborn

  • Ah well; knowing my reputation, they would proba-bly not be at all surprised.

    Elvenborn

  • "Past cycles would, however, suggest that the worst is proba - bly over now," Liebenberg said.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Jammine said the fact that growth was not following South Africa's previous boom-or-bust history meant that it would proba - bly be sustained over the next few years.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The tune is proba bly traditional Irish; an 1874 songster directs that it be sung to the tune of C olleen Rhue (Red-haired girl).

    Muldoon, the Solid Man

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