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Say you want your Butler to buy some groceries; so you give him your credit card.
Say you want your Butler to buy some groceries; so you give him your credit card.
 
Improving School Accountability In North Carolina
 
Washington, North Carolina is not only the county seat of Beaufort County, but the gateway to the Pamlico Estuary.
Washington, North Carolina is not only the county seat of Beaufort County, but the gateway to the Pamlico Estuary.
 
The push to reform North Carolina's certificate-of-need laws that limit entry into the state's health care market will continue in the upcoming session, state senators say
The push to reform North Carolina's certificate-of-need laws that limit entry into the state's health care market will continue in the upcoming session, state senators say
 
It is that time, when bells are ringing and children are singing. It is the Christmas season, the most wonderful time of the year, many say.
It is that time, when bells are ringing and children are singing. It is the Christmas season, the most wonderful time of the year, many say.
 
The first time I lived in the nation's capital, Ronald Reagan was president
The first time I lived in the nation's capital, Ronald Reagan was president
 
Savannah, and all of Georgia, was born from the imagination of a group of philanthropic trustees, led by British General James Oglethorpe, to provide a fresh start for debtors and the Irish.
Savannah, and all of Georgia, was born from the imagination of a group of philanthropic trustees, led by British General James Oglethorpe, to provide a fresh start for debtors and the Irish.
 
For the second time in recent experience, and the fifth time in American history, a presidential candidate has been elected despite having failed to win a plurality of the nationwide vote
For the second time in recent experience, and the fifth time in American history, a presidential candidate has been elected despite having failed to win a plurality of the nationwide vote
 
The recent resignations of two prominent experts from state government advisory panels on environmental matters and the Republican-led Congress' refusal before it left for summer recess to appropriate additional funds to manage the Zika threat reprised a familiar theme of Democrats' characterization
The recent resignations of two prominent experts from state government advisory panels on environmental matters and the Republican-led Congress' refusal before it left for summer recess to appropriate additional funds to manage the Zika threat reprised a familiar theme of Democrats' characterization
 
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