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the general's imprudent remarks drew on a public rebuke by the secretary of defense
night draws on, so we should hurry home
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The money order was fraudulent because it was drawn on an account that didn't exist, police said.
After the ping pongs at the NBA draft lottery are drawn on Tuesday night in Chicago, the full draft order will be set.
But Abraham Conlon and Adrienne Lo have somehow managed to bring it to life in Logan Square, drawing on their own travels and the legacy of sailors wayfaring from Brazil to Africa to India to China and beyond.
The scent is refined but agreeable, drawing on notes of fig, bergamot, and sandalwood.
To draw on the history of violence against black men just for being black, and to compare it to Bill’s perverted behavior, is vicious.
Seager, drawing on history, predicts farms on the eastern edge of the divide will have to consolidate and become larger in order to survive as the land dries out.
The best way to prevent an incident like the shooting in Parkland, Fla., on Feb. 14 or in St. Mary’s County last month, or any incident, is to know the children, Canavan said, drawing on her 48 years of experience as an educator.
Each piece is handcrafted, drawing on the textile dying and fiber weaving skills the women have honed.
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