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  • This was tried through the establishment of the National Security Planning Group NSPG, a high-level body that consisted of the president, vice president, the secretaries of state and defense, the CIA director, the national security adviser, and Reagans top three White House lieutenants.

    In the Shadow of the Oval Office

  • The consistency with which you've placed their works among your top three and the near-equal status each writer's stories attain with you each year suggest you may be responding to something that is common to both writers.

    Nutrition

  • Regal Club, the executive floor located on the top three floors of the Hotel, features stylish rooms, suites and lounge that is perfect to cater the needs of executives and business travellers.

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  • My top three bottom prescriptions: a great-quality black yoga pant for travel, crisp white jeans for weekends, or fun plaid pants for the holiday season.

    The Style Checklist

  • The public announcement of the team therefore included not only Clintons choices for the top three posts all white men but also the nomination of Madeleine Albright as U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations and Clifton Wharton, an African-American agricultural economist who had served as a university president in Michigan and New York, as deputy secretary of state.

    In the Shadow of the Oval Office

  • Backgammon became a craze in the early 1980s, and though Stuey had played only a few times, against amateurs, he arranged a match when he heard that Roger Low, one of the top three backgammon players in the world, was in town.

    One of a Kind

  • I was so out of it that I didnt even know they were planning to announce the top three nominees for the king and queen court for the dance until Mr. Karps voice broke out over the PA system.

    What Would Emma Do?

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