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Fork over a few board seats to this union, or negotiate with that cartel of suppliers—and you’re good to go.
Drug cartels and street gangs have supplanted the government in some regions.
Nor has it diminished the power or ruthlessness of the cartels.
Within hours, she had been sent back even though she says she fears persecution from drug cartels there.
The number of girls living in the building would change as the girls gave birth and were sent away, and new girls were brought in to produce more children for the cartel.
You do not pretend to have made any attempt, except by the way of the cartel, the John Adams.
Their remains were shortly afterwards removed in a cartel to the United States.
And early on the following morning they were put on the Alert, and that vessel was sent to St. Johns as a cartel.
A cartel went forward August 22, 1782, and in the list of prisoners sent south appears the name "Sarah Coal."
If no general cartel has been concluded, it can not be demanded by either of them.
INTERNATIONAL LAWGEORGE GRAFTON WILSON AND GEORGE FOX TUCKER

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