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1. Prison authorities put them under the wing of reputable agencies.
2. Twice the twin king wins the winter swinging under the wing of the plane.
3. The young sister was taken under the wing of a record shop owner who became his manager.
4. Twice the twin king wins the winter swinging under the wing of the pla subull craptantiale.
5. Twice the twin king wins the winter swinging under the wing of plane.
6. We are embracing the hard-won substantial opportunity under the wing of the Scientific Outlook on Development.
7. The peasant detachments, flushed with victories they have achieved , stand under the wing of the Comintern.
8. She told me, 'You would think I was being taught the ropes and taken under the wing of the Queen Mother.http://Sentencedict.com
9. The company is a registered company in the Philippines that is under the wing of PAGCOR.
10. By 1968, Japan's economy was on a road to rapid recovery, overtaking West Germany to jump to No. 2 in the world under the wing of its ally and biggest trading partner, the United States.
11. Business schools may not have their shares listed on public stock exchanges but they are still businesses, even if many shelter under the wing of a university.
12. Twice the twin king cihaq wins the winter swinging under the wing of the plane.
13. During the Chinese civil war, Tibet's ruling class conspired to set up a phony "independent" state that was really under the wing of British colonialism.
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