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  • Shortened form of there will.

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Examples

  • The transcripts of the talks that succeed will look much like the "Palestinian Papers," only instead of 1,600 of them, there'll be 2,500 or 5,000.

    Noah Efron: "Palestine Papers" Offer Hope, Not Despair

  • If there's buyings, there'll be signings, and if there's questions there'll be answers, but I'm basically going to take a grab-bag of assorted reading material, reckon on 30-45 minutes worth of short pieces, but be ready to do an extended set if it seems called for.

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  • (The insurance company is ticking him off, too.) * He got me an emergency appointment with a dermatologist in the same office - for Friday, but I should call Monday because there'll likely be a cancellation.

    Friday!

  • Yes, there'll be another one-on-one conversation about this, too, but I figured a broader message would be good too.

    Monday

  • May 2, 2009 11: 18 PM one would hope that there'll be some transparency and clarification on WHO will OWN the supposed stadium

    More doublethink with the Fireman (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • Used to be you could save time going over the mountain, but now Roy Rodgers Rd has been discovered by the masses and there'll be curbs, crosswalks and 7-11's cropping up any day now.

    Where Portland jobs will be going (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • With this supposed May 7 deadline approaching, one would hope that there'll be some transparency and clarification on WHO will OWN the supposed stadium (or would that be stadia since PGE Park is also bundled into SamTram's Folly).

    More doublethink with the Fireman (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • I think that there'll be a lot of recall signatures to gather on 39th.

    Game on (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • "One year from now we'll come back and there'll be 10,000 people here," one of Brother's mouthy narcissi announces on their video as they stand before three unimpressed cabbies and a dog somewhere in Slough.

    Brother (No 880)

  • I definitely feel pressure but it's still two years away and there'll be a lot of amazing performances between now and then from other British athletes so I imagine it won't just be me whose face is around.

    Jessica Ennis

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