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Wouldn’t many executives happily pay extra for a faster landing and shorter lines on the tarmac?
In During peak times around midnight, there can be a short line.
Some stations in San Juan had short lines of customers on Sunday, but others in outlying areas were still choked with lines that stretched hundreds of cars long.
The video shows the two robbers in the store as a short line of customers complete their purchases.
Fans offered overwhelmingly positive reviews for a venue that is an experience unto itself, applauding the quick entry, handsome aesthetics, roomy concourses and relatively short lines distributed among seemingly countless concessions areas.
But there were short lines and few voters at more than 50 polling stations in Caracas and Maracaibo, Venezuela’s second-biggest city, that were visited by reporters from The Wall Street Journal.
Sold in the United States and Britain, these cards featured an illustration and a short line or poem that, rather than offering messages of love and affection, insulted the recipient.
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