thirty-five-year-old love

thirty-five-year-old

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  • The case involved a thirty-five-year-old District of Columbia ordinance banning private ownership or possession of handguns and imposing restrictions on long guns.

    The Conservative Assault on the Constitution

  • For example, as discussed in Chapter 5, it was the five most conservative justices on the Court who in 2008 found a thirty-five-year-old District of Columbia handgun control ordinance to violate the Second Amendment.

    The Conservative Assault on the Constitution

  • To lead the government, he chose a thirty-five-year-old economist, Yegor Gaidar, who, together with a team of young scholars, had been developing a blueprint for radical reform see Chapter 6.

    The Return

  • To lead the government, he chose a thirty-five-year-old economist, Yegor Gaidar, who, together with a team of young scholars, had been developing a blueprint for radical reform see Chapter 6.

    The Return

  • To rescue what he could from the wreckage in Istanbul, Donovan brought in a four-man team, headed by Frank Wisner, a thirty-five-year-old Mississippian and former Wall Street lawyer who spoke with a Southern drawl and had a level head.

    Wild Bill Donovan

  • From Kleiner Perkins came a recommendation for a thirty-five-year-old Iran-born executive named Omid Kordestani.

    In the Plex

  • Early in the 2008 season, the Braves basically bought the thirty-five-year-old Greg Norton from the Seattle Mariners.

    In the Time of Bobby Cox

  • From Kleiner Perkins came a recommendation for a thirty-five-year-old Iran-born executive named Omid Kordestani.

    In the Plex

  • To rescue what he could from the wreckage in Istanbul, Donovan brought in a four-man team, headed by Frank Wisner, a thirty-five-year-old Mississippian and former Wall Street lawyer who spoke with a Southern drawl and had a level head.

    Wild Bill Donovan

  • To lead the government, he chose a thirty-five-year-old economist, Yegor Gaidar, who, together with a team of young scholars, had been developing a blueprint for radical reform see Chapter 6.

    The Return

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