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«If she died in the midst of all these other things, it could cause the pack to crumble. That may be it for them.»
«He didn't have an 'off' button. I'll never know how he did in 24 hours what he did.»
«Sangamon played really hard tonight. We are really young and short on players right now, but we are looking forward to next week.»
«What a week. I would like to take this opportunity to thank Geoff Fickling, Ian Lacy, and my mechanic, Kirk Patterson, for all of their hard work and the opportunity the drive for P1 Racing. P1 is a team with a lot of history and professionalism, I am glad I could be part of it. Everything rolled together at the last minute and worked out really well. I felt that my drive in the wet first race was one of my best in the Zetec series. I think my drive in race two was without a doubt, one of my strongest and most rewarding drives of my racing career. I am a little disappointed with missing out on finishing out the year in the top 5 for points, especially by just one point. That's a little tough. But overall I am happy with what we accomplished this year. I was an awesome year.»
«It was a bold but necessary move...but now they have to execute.»
«[In Stockholm Ericsson shares were barely changed on the news at 185 crowns.] This is drastic, ... the job cuts are greater than expected.»
«The logistics of moving to and from the fair is a big deal. It's a huge undertaking.»
«He's no longer employed here.»
«The matter is still under investigation.»
«It's cause for concern, a great deal of concern.»