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  • Guest: College graduates face a dismal job market
    Recent grads may find a university degree less consoling and more burdensome during this period of job uncertainty.
    June 8, 2013 - Seattle Times
  • The Old Men of Summer
    “Don’t look a gift horse in the mouth” has not always been a consoling thought to patrons of Western New York’s summer concert scene. For a decade or so, music fans of my generation have enjoyed the bliss of seeing bands we’ve loved for years at outdoor shows on long summer evenings. And if the band doesn’t have all of its original members, well, go to the box office and ask for your money back ...
    June 6, 2013 - Artvoice
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  • Heather Mills in Telegraph.co.uk
    But giving evidence, Ms Mills said: "I treated Sara like my daughter as she often complained that her mother was cold and distant to her." "I spent much of my time consoling her, especially when she said she was having problems with her...
  • Mark Harvey in Herald Sun
    It's obviously a broken leg and quite serious,Harvey said. "We'll monitor it over the next 48 hours and get some reports from the hospital. His brothers went there after the game and were consoling him. He's come a long way and football...
  • Bryan Colangelo in SI.com
    I know that Horford feels awful about it,Colangelo said. "He spent a couple of hours at the hospital with (TJ) last night and, true to TJ's form, he was probably doing more of the consoling. I think the kid (Horford) was pretty shaken up...

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