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I just don’t think the preamble was productive or necessary.
Like Jennings, he serves on the Finance Committee, which initially approved the preamble and then backtracked to remove it.
A state Senate committee voted to strike the preamble from the bill so the legislation could keep moving forward.
Add this to his four World Championships in the 10,000 meters and it was clear to see why the British television broadcasters, in their preamble to the event, called Kenenisa “the world’s greatest distance runner.”
All this preamble is to introduce the fact that the somebody new is the owner of Old Place.
TESSA WADSWORTH'S DISCIPLINEJENNIE M. DRINKWATER
Mr. Shiel said that the preamble already set forth that the bill was to effect a commutation.
The preamble admits that the existing laws were not sufficiently powerful to meet the circumstances for which they were designed.
From the preamble we can form a good idea of the lawlessness and confusion which prevailed on the borders of Wales at that period.
After these observations we shall proceed, without further preamble, to consider the five classes in their order.
After this preamble he mentioned the concessions to be made to them, and the penalties to which they were to submit.

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