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nooh lee

  • r  very recently
    they are newly married
    newly raised objections
    a newly arranged hairdo

  • Are China's newly monied classes here to stay? Yes, it's a fact of life No, it's a bubble economy Who can tell?.
  • Sharing the shock of his people, the newly elected Prime Minister, John Howard just two months into his eleven-and-a-half years in power seized the chance to overhaul .
  • Last year she got Vogue to contribute money to open beauty salons in Kabul, creating jobs for newly liberated Afghan women; a story on the project ran in the magazine.
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  • George HW Bush in USA Today
    He said he'd hold elections, he said he would get rid of his emergency law, and so it's now time for the newly elected folks to show up and form their government. And the question then is will they be friends of the United States? I certainly hope... President Bush Reuters Feb 20, 2008 67397 89853 newly Together we shared a journey that led to the presidency, the mountaintop of American politics," the elder Bush said in a statement. "And there we worked together to help America more fully embrace the world around us and compete in the newly...

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