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  • My supervisor—a man I have come to regard as a personal hero—introduced me to recovery-based support groups.

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  • Thompson wasn't insured, which he has come to regard as a blessing as others battle for payouts.

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  • In the boom years, hedge-fund managers could afford to refuse such requests, which they tended to regard as too much hassle.

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  • This week it bagged yet another big order in Latin America, a market that Boeing used to regard as its own.

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  • But I am entirely lacking in the thing which so many people seem to regard as their mainstay in life, a mystical sense of religion.

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  • Its best-known acquisition was JLG, a maker of lift equipment that Wall Street had come to regard as a proxy for the housing boom.

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  • Instead they are pigeonholed into less senior clerical jobs, which bosses used to regard as little more than matchmaking services to provide overworked husbands with loyal wives.

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  • There has also been movement on what ordinary Palestinians are said to regard as the most pressing issue: the release of the more than 7, 000 Palestinians held by Israel.

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  • So far, the oil-windfall revenues in its stabilisation fund have not been used except to pay off debt, which the president seems to regard as an affront to Russia's pride.

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  • Despite such inconvenience, Tokyo people are complaining little in general and tend to regard as the first priority rescuing lives and getting supplies to the hardest-hit areas of the country.

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  • Amazingly, some of those same people -- including Spurgeon Keeney , president of the Arms Control Association and Mary Elizabeth Hoinkes , a former U.S. Arms Control Agency lawyer, who are quoted in today's Washington Post -- are sharply critical of even these modest efforts to understand and begin to address the threat that they purport to regard as a serious one (at least when opposing missile defenses).

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  • It predisposes Americans to look at the world in certain ways—to regard America as a special nation and to see the world in terms of a struggle between good and evil.

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  • Over time, his hostility to scholarship encouraged some people—for example, members of religious orders devoted to education, such as the Dominicans—to regard the Franciscans as a bunch of oddballs and half-wits, which, no doubt, some of them were.

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  • " As one wit said, "it would be easier to regard journalism as a public good if the public thought it was any good.

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  • More often, India seems to regard FDI as the gift of Western multinationals alone.

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  • The same is true of Israel, which likes to regard itself as one big biotech cluster.

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  • Second, even if Asia's rise continues unabated, it is wrong—and profoundly unAmerican—to regard this as a problem.

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  • This Wilson, with God and his angels presumably ranked behind him, tended to regard opposition as malicious betrayal.

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  • And yet, the Bush administration appears to regard Iran as the greater menace.

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  • Microsoft's Bill Gates is said to regard Symbian as an even bigger threat to his company than the Department of Justice.

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