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  • The right doesn't want Ifill to step-aside or the debate to be cancelled .... they just want something to whine about and to use as an excuse in case Bible Spice screws up royally tonight.

    McCain Slips Again In Today's Tracking Polls

  • Maidana is happy to take step-aside money from Khan, and bide his time.

    Sport news, comment and results | guardian.co.uk

  • If Valuev takes step-aside money (as Ruiz did so Haye could fight Valuev last November),

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  • Since then, the Las Vegas-based fighter has won three and lost two, including a further defeat to Valuev, before accepting step-aside money to allow Haye his chance.

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  • Hanania said that he is reconsidering whether he should run for President and would step-aside for someone else who embraces the Yalla Peace Party platform and who would forcefully push for peace based on two-states.

    Israelated - English Israel blogs

  • The smart thing to do is for piepho to listen to yesterday's mandate and step-aside now which will let the new board move to resolve the SWWC waste treatment operations situation and related issues in a proper manor with increased public support.

    HALFWAY TO CONCORD

  • Eminent Elders Group had at different fora urged President Yar'Adua to step-aside. "

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  • "'There's an expression to refer to children,' she said without smiling, 'who are called "step-asides." That means that the white father does not acknowledge his black children. He has them, and he "steps aside." You never heard that expression?'"

    —Edward Ball, Slaves in the Family (NY: Ballantine Books, 1998), 278

    October 13, 2009