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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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Unlike government funding, donations come with minimal accountability and no guaranteed public oversight.
Canopy Growth, a Canadian cannabis company, said it is accelerating its US growth strategy based on expectations of “significant reform” led by the Democratic party now that it controls two branches of government.
Coastal peasants and Afromestizos farmers continued to fight for independence from the central government.
In an economy where governments are printing money hand over fist, people want a more secure place to put their assets.
The good part about it, if you would call it that, is that it is impossible to imagine how the government would be able to block a lot of this harmful speech.
The aid marks the first time the federal government has authorized such robust support to help Americans pay for Internet service and the devices needed to access it.
The government alleges that Caldwell, whom an FBI agent identified as having “a leadership role in the Oath Keepers,” sent Facebook messages coordinating with members of the self-styled militia and sharing video from within the Capitol.
There is no single media, government or anything else that has a supermajority of trust.
Skip the parties that could turn Super Bowl Sunday into Superspreader Sunday, experts and government officials are pleading ahead of America’s biggest sports day.
In the 1985 political crisis in the Philippines, opposition leader Corazon Aquino appeared to have defeated 20-year President Ferdinand Marcos, a longtime ally of the United States, in an election marked by widespread fraud on the government side.

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