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  • "Many in city go vernment are in complete denial about how bad things are," he says.

    Tough Fiscal Problems Loom for Cities

  • But like VHS it will take a very long time to become cheaper than old technology without go vernment intervention.

    Economics of Hydrogen, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • In other words, the results in California and New York are an instructive lesson in what happens when go vernment doesn 't serve a state but holds it hostage.

    The Two Left Coasts

  • Meanwhile, Einhorn continued his charmed life, spending a semester as a fellow in Harvard's Kennedy School of Go vernment.

    Getting Away With It

  • Do you think that vernment or the Opposition would make any bones about accepting the seat if he offered it to them!

    The History of Pendennis

  • We promise a vernment in partnership with all our people.

    ANC KWAZULU-NATAL VICTORY STATEMENT

  • The minister did, however, want the unions to return to the vernment draft a new wage policy for public servants.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • He said the campaign, to be finalised at a meeting in Dimbaza vernment that "people outside are very angry and demand the immediate release of political prisoners".

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The Secretary of the Treasury may redelegate any of these functions to other officers and agencies of the United States Go vernment.

    Executive Order On Unita

  • Clark G. Fiester is a former group vice president and general manager for the Electronic Defense Sector of G.E G.vernment Systems Corp, which designs and develops information security, electro-optics, and automated weather.

    Four Nominations

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