At SSA, we are committed to these standards, which should deliver high levels of interoperability and flexibility -- to say nothing of
8 billion nationwide just for Easter candy - to say nothing of
the decorations, the baskets, the dinners and everything else that comes along with the holiday.
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the time saved.
9 he posted as a rookie in 1992-93 - to say nothing of
misdirected shots, pick-and-roll defense and help defense.
With ongoing urban growth and an inexorably growing population, we are now facing the predictable consequences of such folly, to say nothing of
those two economic disasters known as the ``Red Line'' and the ``Green Line.
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the time saved.
Elmo's Fire'' and ``The Client'' - to say nothing of
two installments of ``Batman'' - focusing on small movies today?
Think of all those training brochures that come across your desk and end up in the waste basket, to say nothing of
the thousands of dollars spent on newspaper, trade journal advertising, and vendor booths.
What was tolerated then might today cost him a few All-Star votes from disgruntled fans, to say nothing of
the reporters left cooling their heels on deadline.
But these days, with the soaring population of modems, pagers and cell phones, to say nothing of
businesses looking for an edge, 8 million is not a big number.
If that statement is puzzling, even annoying, then you know how coach Del Harris feels, to say nothing of
how Nick Van Exel and Robert Horry feel.
Allen's tenacity, to say nothing of
her formidable talent, serves her beautifully in the title role of Karen Jones Meadows' fluid, visually poetic fable about Harriet Tubman.
But tonight, when she reprises her cabaret act at the Cinegrill in Hollywood, Mason will be working without a safety net - to say nothing of
a hydraulically engineered stage.