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  • However, when James Naughtie pressedMiliband on whether the Government are opposing a popular vote on thereferendum becauseit's one they'dlose, the Foreign Secretary dropped in this (quoting as accurately as scrambing around for a pen and paper will allow):

    It's so unfair!

  • Seein awl teh peepl scrambing to ketch dose tribbuls she wuz tossing out to teh crowd?

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  • My friend who got the interview says he is scrambing to put together a one-hour talk about his proposed research, so he encouraged me to start on that ahead of time with the assumption that I will need it sooner or later.

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  • Van carrying Wild's equipment catches fire, leaves team scrambing

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  • Of course, the 'stairs' only exist when someone has cut them into the deep snow; we'll be scrambing on all fours over large boulders today, resisting the temptation to turn around and look behind us, as our higher centers of gravity from the heavy packs only add to the precariousness of our struggle.

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  • That said, Romo still made some magical plays, scrambing free and finding targets.

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  • (AP) - Mobile County District Attorney John Tyson Jr. is assigning prosecutors to cover the child sex abuse cases that were being ... "); var headline = escape (" Prosecutor scrambing to cover child sex cases ");

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