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if we keep spending money like it's water, we're sure to end up in the same place as it often does, to wit, down the drain
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This region is linked to wit, adaptability, and social skills, revealing an individual's strategic mind and resourcefulness.
The boy will be arraigned in Dorchester District Court on charges of delinquent to wit, trespassing, unlawful possession of a firearm, unlawful possession of ammunition, and unlawfully carrying a loaded firearm.
So is the lack of representation of head chefs who are women or people of color—to wit, Christina Tosi of Milk Bar is the only woman represented on Netflix’s upcoming Chef’s Table Pastry (a ratio of three to one, which is utter lunacy).
This also makes clear another perilous element to this sudden diplomatic coup—to wit: nobody knows anything, as the Voice of America points out.
Others are running away from a problematic past (to wit: Sexmoan in the Philippines).
Article 2: Violation of his constitutional oath to faithfully execute the duties of his office by disregarding U.S. interests and pursuing the interests of a hostile foreign power, to wit, Russia.
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