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At General Power's seat in the balcony there is also a gold phone.
from Brown Corpus
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At and Power's
At this time, CSL was given elevated status, where in the words of Power Corporation "... in order to increase its Corporation's own cash flow and take advantage of new federal tax regulations benefiting operating companies over holding companies, CSL took over most of Power's investment portfolio at book value.
At and seat
At a reception for new members of Congress, Oregon Democrat Maurine Neuberger, taking the Senate seat held by her husband Richard until his death last March, got a brotherly buss from Democratic Elder Statesman Adlai Stevenson, U.S. Ambassador-designate to the U.N..
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At this election Hughes abandoned his working-class seat of West Sydney, and was elected for Bendigo in Victoria.
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