• He is in the office from about 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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  • As for business, trade with Europe will continue to suffer from four hours a day when John cannot talk to Johannes or Jean: one hour at the start of the day when he is in the office and they aren't, one at the end when they are and he isn't, and two because of the non-coincidence of their lunch hours.

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  • And I was looking at Buddy up here today thinking, you know, how many people in how many places in this country would be well-served to have somebody as profoundly decent and committed to doing the right thing that he is in any office in the land.

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  • President Clinton has debased the presidency now and, if he is allowed to remain in office, the low level to which he has brought the presidency will continue, and that is not tolerable.

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  • But once he is in office the overwhelming motivation of a left-of-center President slowly morphs toward getting reelected.

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  • Kyle Lierman was lucky enough to have worked with Mr. Strautmanis in 2008, and now he is the liaison to the professional sports community in the Office of Public Engagement.

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  • He may not be sitting in the big chair or holding court in the Oval Office, but he is filling an enormously important seat at the table.

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  • The Times story quoted Starr associates who said Starr had concluded that he had the constitutional authority to indict the president while he is still in office.

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  • In fact, he is on the record as saying that no one in his office is planning the Michigan strategy.

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  • Its leader Shintaro Abe has recently said in a television debate that the hike is not definite, but most analysts believe Mr Abe will raise the tax once he is in office.

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  • He beat Richards in convincing fashion -- but in Texas, where the governor's office is relatively weak, he had to reach out to Democrats in the state Legislature to get his programs through.

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  • And China-watchers think the increasingly sophisticated government in Beijing is not likely to make heavy-handed political demands in case this rebounds on Mr Ma and he is voted out of office in 2012 (the Chinese much prefer him to the independence-minded opposition).

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  • He is the first president in more than 100 years to reach the office without winning the popular vote, and protesters are loud and active today in Washington.

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  • The President was able to host Aung San Suu Kyi here at the White House in the Oval Office, and he is very much looking forward to the opportunity to go to her residence.

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  • And it will be reflected in every action the President takes as long as he is in office.

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  • The media is so adamant about moving forward with the release of mass murderers that were he to speak out, he would set the media against him even before he is sworn in to office.

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  • Suddenly the holder of the highest political office in the land has admitted he is fallible and has been caught out by his opponent.

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  • "In business, you have rivals, " he said in an interview in his office at the Kabul headquarters of Afghan United Bank, where he is vice chairman.

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  • When the President hosted Aung San Suu Kyi in the Oval Office, he told her that the goal of the United States is to engage the government in a way that encourages collaboration with domestic stakeholders and the international community and incentivizes continued reform.

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  • And one of the points that the President made when he hosted President Elbegdorj in the Oval Office in June is that Mongolia has an activist approach to strengthening democratic principles throughout the world.

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  • And that's why the President is so focused on the security, the economic security of the middle class, because he believes that that is, as he said back when he ran for office the first time, for this office in 2008, that the security of the middle class is elemental to his vision of America's economic future.

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  • Mr Tanaka is the second minister to step down in the year since he took office.

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  • And the fact is, when he took the oath of office, we were in the process of losing 800, 000 jobs that month.

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  • He is also involved in the campaign of his brother, Rogelio, who is running for office.

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  • If the president is convicted of any "high crimes and misdemeanors" by a two-thirds vote in the Senate, he is removed from office.

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  • He is a retired Navy Commander who served in the Office of the Secretary of Defense from 2005-2009 as the Pentagon spokesman for the Western Hemisphere.

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  • He is in good condition, the Sheriff's Office said Thursday.


  • As Attorney General, he is the chief law enforcement officer of the state and his office represents Wyoming in all criminal appeals and civil suits before state and federal courts.

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  • But eliminating Mr Arafat may not be in Israel's interest: while he is holed up in his office, Israel can restrict his access to the outside world.

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  • That said, the president continued that he is, in fact, targeting communities most in need through the new White House Office of Urban Affairs aimed at improving employment and housing in American cities.

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