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his letter was a very accurate formulation of his thoughts on the matter
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Researchers had known for decades that amphetamines suppress appetite, but specific formulations for weight loss only took off after World War II.
The role of health insurance companies has also come under increasing scrutiny for policies that sometimes favor powerful and addictive painkillers over less addictive — and more expensive — formulations.
OxyContin came in 10-, 20-, 30-, 40-, and 80mg formulations and, for a time, even 160mg.
Without coverage, the retail price of the shot depends on your age and recommended vaccine formulation.
The original recipe and its secret chocolate formulation was never released.
In the first half of the 20th century, the Court retreated from this formulation in the face of growing demands by the emerging New Deal regulatory state for more investigative powers.
White House officials shrugged off the defections, saying Tuesday the councils aren’t an active part of day-to-day policy-formulation.
Which of these five formulations is the real Trump Doctrine?
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