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  • I also remember how increasingly bombastic the series got, with a rapid succession of short-termed Presidents and assassinations and has there ever been another mainstream novel series that published two contradictory final books?

    A young reader discovers the meaning of paranoia in the political novels of Allen Drury

  • These scammer are easy to recognize by many elements: Different names/addresses, bad English, short-termed assignments, and weird statements as "a credit check"?

    Scam Alert

  • Even though he will be at Sen. Clinton's throat should she win the nomination, they are of the same ilk, which is to say that they both are agents of the institutional spirit that finds its home in power and the self-serving of short-termed, private interests.

    The Prey of Panic

  • My impression is that politicians sometimes concentrate on more short-termed activities.

    'A World of Peace and Prosperity'

  • People in this business, both buyers and sellers, as the police refer to them, know that stings like this are temporary due to expenses and resources and quick, but short-termed “success”.

    Outlaw Johns, Not Prostitutes

  • In general these credits are granted under the aforementioned conditions to Cuba and the rest of the nations, that is, they have very high interest rates and are short-termed.


  • Tierney encouraged everyone to decorate for fall since specific holidays are so short-termed.

    Anderson Independent Mail Stories

  • Not sure there are any towns or cities where positions on the town or city councils are appointed ... except for occasional short-termed appointments.


  • The same-sex people they sometimes only use for short-termed - Because visibility matters

  • These are short-termed leases, usually between 45 and 60 days in length.

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