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There’s a saying in Sweden that goes, ‘There’s no such thing as bad weather, only bad clothing.’ This is an expressly Swedish idea that perfectly sums up lagom.
But the pledges were told that ban was expressly lifted for Big Brother Night, and Coffey was handed a bottle of Wild Turkey 101 proof bourbon, the presentment says.
In fact, Justice Department rules expressly state that FBI agents and prosecutors are free to voice private political views.
There’s nothing expressly preventing the president from opining on law enforcement investigations, and Trump is not the first president to have done so.
While Abadi and others in Baghdad condemned the Kurdish vote as illegitimate, there is nothing in the Iraqi constitution that expressly forbade such a non-binding referendum.
Vista expressly forbids medical marijuana dispensaries.
An attorney and consultant working with nonprofits, Dykema and his family moved to Shaker 12 years ago expressly for the community and its schools.
No section of Idaho code expressly forbids council members, commissioners or even lawmakers from receiving contributions in committee meetings, or on the floor of the Idaho House or Senate.
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