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  • A scene (also with a lowercase s) refers to a time-limited SM encounter; the synonym of session (see below).

    Come Hither

  • In the event the potential winner of any prize is a Canadian resident, he/she will be required to correctly answer a time-limited mathematical question to be administered by email/mail to receive the prize.

    Stylelist Giveaways: Official Rules

  • This is why policy makers must act to level the playing field through appropriate carbon pricing and regulation, while creating time-limited windows where the government and industry can work together to develop solutions.

    Carbon tax rebate may be logical if it can level the playing field | Ben Caldecott

  • It's true that some things are not time-limited - defense or social security come to mind - and that's fine, they should be the exceptions.

    simplicity

  • We must only fund programs that have a clear, singular, time-limited objective.

    simplicity

  • It is a time-limited and scope-limited operation, which will then result in less cost as we move to further stages, White House press secretary Jay Carney says.

    Since '90s, cost of Libya operation 2nd only to wars

  • The largely benign postwar relationship between technological change and job growth turned out to be time-limited.

    Why the 'squeezed middle' is here to stay

  • As a mom with young kids, and therefore in the prime zone for failing at any time-limited goals I might set, I use this idea a lot.

    » The Practicalities of Goal-Setting Strocel.com

  • These newer proposals are simply time-limited and toned-down versions of the same thing with the same expectations.

    What Marriage Really Needs Is for Us to Get "Whys"

  • If you dig past the pain and disappointment that devastates those who divorce, many will admit that they recharge during their time away from their children and become--albeit in time-limited doses--the parent they always wanted to be.

    Divorce's Dirty Little Secret

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