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  • “She wants the LA house or a two-million-dollar buyout.”

    Miracles, Inc.

  • "She's cruising around D.C. and living in a two-million-dollar Virginia mansion and has left Arkansas working families behind."

    AFL-CIO Accuses Blanche Lincoln Of 'Going Native' In D.C.

  • Just last month, he recovered the son of a Brazilian diplomat after negotiating a two-million-dollar ransom and the safe return of the child.

    Risk No Secrets

  • It was a two-million-dollar house on the beach, not pretty, even boxlike, a squarish, flat-roofed building.


  • There is a two-million-dollar reward for my arrest.

    Extreme Measures

  • “DEA says a two-million-dollar shipment was off-loaded from a two-engine plane that landed on a highway in your county last week.”

    Rain Gods

  • So the New York State legislature awarded Aaron Burr, founder of the Manhattan Company, a two-million-dollar contract to build a water delivery system for the city of New York.

    Kerry Trueman: The Bottled Water Industry: When It Pours, It Reigns

  • Reluctant to approach publishers with her first novel, she entered the self-publishing game, with such spectacular results that she negotiated a two-million-dollar deal for The Lace Reader plus another book to come with William Morrow of HarperCollins Publishers.

    Yet another marketing ploy for The Lace Reader

  • • We get the first of two moments of infamy from the television show Greed, which featured teams of five people answering trivia questions to win a two-million-dollar jackpot.

    YesButNoButYes: Ten Infamous Game Show Moments

  • "It's the first time a complete urban fabric has been recreated," said Professor Bernard Frischer of UCLA, unveiling the two-million-dollar project at Rome's Campidoglio on Monday.

    Ancient Rome comes back to life in virtual model


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