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  • "In the third quarter, selling prices for DRAM, NAND flash chips and LCDs will con tinue to remain stable while profits from the TV and handset businesses will increase, helped by higher-end product sales as well as traditionally stronger demand for consumer electronics in the quarter," said Song Myung-sub, an analyst at HI Investment

    Samsung Boosts Outlook on Sales

  • Woodrow and Tas waited for the minotaur to con - tinue, both thinking, What an odd way to agree to help us!


  • Born and raised in Riverside, California where his great grandparents had settled in the late 19th century, Michael Boughn moved to Canada in October, 1966 to escape the US military draft and to con-tinue organizing against the Viet Nam War.

    Michael Boughn

  • Nora hesitated for a moment before deciding to con - tinue on down the hallway.


  • I dislike his domestic policies, but I believe he's the right man to con tinue the War on Terror.

    Archive 2004-11-01

  • And so we need to con-tinue to build on those successes.

    The Ontario Budget

  • Despite all the negatives, Jammine said the economy was nonetheless on an upswing and reasonable growth levels would con - tinue for the next few years.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • To con - tinue our earlier conversation, Marshal, I will tell you why I re - spect you more than Palthainon.

    Dragons of a Fallen Sun

  • The Conclave of Wizards sent mages to con - tinue to cleanse the poisonous air.

    Dragons of a Fallen Sun

  • Susan pulled against Roland's hand, trying to get the sharp edge back to her hair, wanting to con-tinue her mad barbering.

    Wizard and Glass


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