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I have no choice but to uphold the lower court ruling which gave him the death penalty when considering the nature and number of crimes he committed, their grave consequences and the fact that they became increasingly premeditative,'' Kawabe said.
It's an important race, but we are going to do it on a daily news basis as opposed to doing an organized, premeditative type of coverage.
Contrast this premeditative pronouncement with Porac's retroactive sense-making statement on IBM's DOS contract with Microsoft: "The paradigm shift was created by the DOS contract, the DOS contract was not consummated because of it.