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pri ke ree uhs lee

  • r  in a precarious manner
    being a precariously dominant minority is a difficult position for human nature to cope with

  • But if you are a highly leveraged fund precariously perched as these dominos fall as Goldman's are today and as LTCM was in 1998 you become part of the game.
  • It is wedged precariously between the mighty Mississippi and Lake Pontchartrain, and most of it was once swampland.
  • No figure of his influence has so precariously balanced a handful of unforgettable achievements against a brimming barrelful of embarrassments.
News & Articles

  • Blackhawks had 2010 champions in mind when putting team together
    Everyone knew it was coming. Fans, players, coaches, management — everybody saw the writing on the wall, the Sword of Damocles swaying precariously overhead, the 10-ton anvil about to drop in the middle of Blackhawks’ dressing room, scattering key players to the far ends of the continent. So when the champagne dried and the TV cameras left and Joel Quenneville had a moment to think about what ...
    June 11, 2013 - Chicago Sun-Times
  • Kudlow: Obama's Thin Margin on Scandals and Economy
    President Obama finds himself with a precariously thin margin with no clear and direct link between him and a trove of political scandals. Plus, not even the his strongest supporter believes we're in some kind of Reagan-Clinton economic boom.
    June 7, 2013 - CNBC
  • No one claims raft of debris left on Tennessee River in Chattanooga
    A small raft, piled high with debris and scrap metal, bobs precariously on the bank of the Tennessee River, about half a mile downstream from the Delta Queen, partially hidden by the dense foliage growing close to the water.
    June 7, 2013 - Chattanooga Times Free Press

  • Leslie Southwick in International Herald Tribune
    The plaintiffs' negligence allegations move precariously close to implicating the political question doctrine, and further factual development very may well demonstrate that the claims are barred,Southwick wrote.
  • Roy Blunt in ABC News
    We clearly had some Members that were there but were precariously there and one or two of them may have been affected by the Speaker's speech,Blunt said. "In the weekend of negotiating this, the spirit in the room was very good, but the...
  • Kathleen Sebelius in News & Observer (registration)
    We have 22,000 citizens in this state that are precariously close to losing their homes through foreclosures,Sebelius said at a news conference at Wake Technical Community College.

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