twenty-five-year love

twenty-five-year

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  • Durden remains in prison serving his twenty-five-year sentence for shoplifting.

    The Conservative Assault on the Constitution

  • In my twenty-five-year career in advertising and publishing, I have reviewed the portfolios of at least a thousand professional writers.

    Deconstructing Obama

  • As a twenty-five-year macrobiotic, my mind and heart are fused in beliefs.

    Tony Greenberg: The Tug of War - Ethical vs. Economic "Green" Decisions

  • He was serving several concurrent sentences, including a seven- to twenty-five-year stint for the murder of mob associate and bodyguard David Perrier.

    Kill the Irishman

  • The man had ended up with a twenty-five-year sentence.

    The Sins of Brother Curtis

  • Behold a twenty-five-year career in the business of making intimate social spaces that inspire, stand out, and resonate.

    David Dixon: Sean MacPherson -- A Creative Director

  • He came to see me after the end of a stressful twenty-five-year marriage that was especially rocky as they approached their separation and divorce.

    The Chemistry of Calm

  • They were medically fragile and needed expert care; nurses could not work in the unit until they had two years of experience, and some of the senior ones wore twenty-five-year service pins.

    SUPERBUG

  • “I am a twenty-five-year member of the American Workers Party.”

    Betrayed

  • “GE could basically get whatever it wanted,” says Daniel C. Dillon, a former Pittsfield city councilor and former twenty-five-year GE employee whose family worked for the company for roughly eighty years.

    The Shadow Market

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