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1. B then makes some computer chips and sells them to D, a trade supplier.
2. Just like those it commemorates, the holiday of D a de los Muertos will never fade.
3. D., a curiously grim old Buddhist saint and sage known as Bodhidharma, who immediately proceeded to the royal palace.
4. D., a personal computer, which stores notes and helps you advance the plot.
5. D, a leading drug prevention expert who worked on the report.
6. D., a provider of online information, lost 3. 0 million pounds on revenues of 9. 6 million.
7. D., a professor of psychiatry, epidemiology, and psychology at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine.
8. When the F.D.A. pressured companies to reduce salt in those products, the industry said that doing so would ruin the taste of the foods already low in sugar and fat.
9. Currently,(http://sentencedict.com) the U.S.D.A. counts among its missions both expanding markets for agricultural products (like corn and soy!) and providing nutrition education.
10. "You've got a huge chasm between F.D.A. licensure and a clinical events trial, " said Dr. Allen J. Taylor, the chief of cardiology at Walter Reed Army Medical Center.
11. The F.D.A. gave the advice as it announced a meeting of experts to discuss cold medicines for children.
12. In response, the F.D.A. postponed the testing, and now the two sides are sparring over how much danger the antibiotics pose and the best way to ensure that the drugs do not end up in the milk supply.
13. The Bush administration argued that the F.D.A. was the only agency with enough expertise to regulate drug makers and that its decisions should not be second-guessed by courts.
14. One glaring issue before the F.D.A. concerns nutrient labels, which for years have overstated the amount of salt the government says is safe to consume.
15. Meanwhile, the F.D.A. must be given expanded powers to ensure the safety of our food supply.
16. "We're opening up a new era, not just new offices, " said Michael O. Leavitt, the secretary of health and human services, in announcing " a permanent F.D.A. presence in China."
17. The responsible agency, the Food and Drug Administration, has long had fewer resources and authority than its counterparts did at the U.S.D.A.
18. Many of the artificial colorings used today were approved by the F.D.A. in 1931, including Blue No. 1, Yellow No. 5 and Red No. 3.
19. Notice how the business cards all have a headline and work the A.I.D.A. formula?
20. So the elevator speech is ultimately a 30-second or less explanation (in A.I.D.A. style) that persuades the other person to "buy into" your vision.
21. The F.D.A. announced in 2007 that it was aware of that problem, but it has taken no action.
22. Federal officials have discussed expanded testing for years. But industry executives said that it was not until last month that the F.D.A. told them it was finally going to begin.
23. The F.D.A. approved irradiation for spinach and iceberg lettuce in August.
24. U.S.D.A. data shows that the amount of farmland erosion nationwide from water fell substantially from the early 1980s to the mid-1990s, then largely stagnated.
25. D.A. pressured companies to reduce salt in those products, the industry said that doing so would ruin the taste of the foods already low in sugar and fat.
26. But we are tantalizingly close to giving the F.D.A. the resources it needs to hire enough inspectors -- and the authority it needs to empower those inspectors to do their jobs.
27. "You have these third-party analysts setting the agenda for the agency in ways that never happened before, " said Daniel Carpenter, an F.D.A. historian at Harvard.
28. The F.D.A. does not require a new round of human clinical trials to study minor changes in the flu vaccine each year.
29. Just before Palmer is about to confess to the D.A. Carl shows up at the hotel suite.
30. Marian Anderson was to sing in Washington, D.C. at Constitution Hall. This concert hall was owned by an organization called the Daughters of the American Revolution, or D.A.R.