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swift lee

  • r  in a swift manner
    she moved swiftly

  • The Indian villages of Chhamb and Dewa were swiftly taken.
  • Yet Sun was not typical of the rising class of Westernized Chinese intent on their own professional advancement within the swiftly changing tides of late 19th century imperialism .
  • Though the two were in the country for "maybe 30 seconds," according to Ling's sister, they were swiftly captured by border guards and soon found themselves sentenced by North .
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  • New protest ban for the plaza
    Reacting swiftly to a federal judge’s ruling that seemed to open the Supreme Court’s marble plaza to demonstrations and protests, the Court on Thursday issued a new regulation barring any demonstration within the building or the grounds — but not the surrounding sidewalks — if the activity was “reasonably likely to draw a crowd or onlookers.” [...]
    June 13, 2013 - SCOTUSblog
  • Keeping Up with a Fast-Paced Market
    Why is the market moving forward so swiftly? While it varies from region to region, according to Dan Elsea of Real Estate One, two separate generations are working together to push the market forward. “Baby boomers are moving up and out, and Gen X and Gen Y are moving in—Gen X to their second home [...]
    June 13, 2013 - RISMedia Real Estate News
  • Turkey protests do not affect Games bid - Istanbul 2020
    By Karolos Grohmann (Reuters) - Violent protests that have hit Turkey over recent days need to end swiftly but will have no bearing on Istanbul's candidacy to host the 2020 Olympics, bid leaders said on Wednesday. Turkey is also scheduled to host the Under-20 soccer World Cup, starting on June 21, and the sport's world governing body FIFA said the tournament would go ahead as planned. Riot ...
    June 12, 2013 - Reuters via Yahoo! News

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