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  • There's a lot of "shalls" in U.S. immigration laws.

    CNN Transcript Mar 29, 2007

  • There's a lot of "shalls" in taking the oath of office.

    CNN Transcript Mar 29, 2007

  • Now, instead of changing all the 185 "shalls" to "mays", planners are suggesting just 14 of them will be changed where there are policies that can be flexible.

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  • These are only the basic headings in a huge and growing list of audit committee "shalls" and "shall nots" that its chair must ensure.

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  • After all .... there are thousands of "shalls" in this monstrous bill .... another won't hurt.

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  • It's 2,079 pages of "shalls" and "musts" and "directs" Sen. Reid wants to have it all wrapped up and signed by Christmas.

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  • "There! don't let's think of it, or I shall turn tyrant after all, and plunge into 'shalls' and 'sha'n'ts'!

    Sir George Tressady — Volume II

  • We should ask: Are we living the fulfilled existence we truly enjoy or regrettably abiding by the "shalls" and "shall nots" passed down to us?

    Aaron Anson: A Balance Between Life and Death

  • They are also collecting non-perishable foods, slippers, warm shalls and other things that the seniors living at the home need.

    Ancianos to get Christmas dinner after all

  • And the vast majority of those shalls spell out the obligations of the government in the health plans, not the people.

    Geoffrey Nunberg: 'The I's Don't Have It'

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