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  • September 2009: The Pakistan Embassy in Washington gives Raymond Davis a threemonth visa as a 'technical adviser.'

    Pakistan Strife Erupts Over CIA Case

  • Several clinical studies show that guggulipid can significantly cut total cholesterol about 25 percent over a threemonth period, as well as reduce high levels of triglycerides.

    Earl Mindell’s New Herb Bible

  • I'd had repeated infections over the years, so I was placed on a threemonth waiting list.

    Mao's last dancer

  • But Alicea's feminine charms only inflamed the passions of Cortes, who had been doing a threemonth stretch of county time for possession of methamphetamine.

    The Girls He Adored

  • Sulu was there too, since he had once been assigned—early in his career—to a threemonth observation of a planet remarkably similar to Cragon.

    Home Is the Hunter

  • In the Foreign Relations Committee there was a threemonth COLA delay for foreign service retirees.

    Panetta Briefing

  • So what is your problem with the threemonth period?

    Press Briefing By George Stephanopoulos

  • Schools should allow teachers, parents and students the option of a full school year divided into threemonth modules.

    New Era in Education

  • The pre-FIR probe into Jafris complaint is being conducted by the SIT on the basis of a reference made by the SC in April 2009 with a threemonth deadline.

    WN.com - Articles related to Bombay High Court dismisses Lalit Modi's Petition

  • According to city data analyzed by the Polaris Group, a San Francisco real estate firm that crunches housing numbers, the median price for a resale condo in the city - as opposed to a newly built unit - was $638,000 in the threemonth period ending Jan. 31.

    SFGate: Top News Stories

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