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It's a shame that it's 2016 and we can't seem to find a middle ground between worship and condemnation.
Despite the fact he left me to go through this alone I still can't seem to be able to move on and end things with him.
2 -- used to make a statement less forceful or more polite <I can't seem to recall where we met.
Some nights we'll execute and play well, and some nights we can't seem to figure it out," Afflalo said.
Humor blends with practical, life-tested advice for handling different types of employee issues, from the clueless incompetent to the party-time performer who can't seem to separate work from fun.
I'VE heard of repeat prescriptions and the countless repeats on the TV, but now we are treated to repeat letters in Voice of the North courtesy of Mr Harrison of Ingoe, who like others in this newspaper can't seem to think up anything new with the arguments against wind power.
Problem is, she can't seem to come up with anything original or notable.
But one of the men who knew his granddad when they were students in school reveals a hideous secret that Charlie can't seem to forgive or forget.
Poor Wal-Mart, it just can't seem to catch a break anymore.
We touch, as well, on the secrets to success of business figures such as Donald Trump, how Carlos Ghosn saved Nissan from bankruptcy and why women still can't seem to get into the corner office in the U.
I was happy to see you guys showing love to the West in issue 300 with the article all about Crooked I, but I just can't seem to understand why the real general of West Coast hip-hop is rarely ever mentioned in your mag: Mac Dre (RIP).
I had a doughnut meltdown during rehearsal," confesses Tanner, who also appears in the play as Darren, the show's monstrous director who can't seem to stop playing mind games with his playwright ex, Arthur.

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