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In other words, the counselor strives to encourage her personal and professional growth with the same care and concern which is regularly given clients.
In other words, if a trade was executed at $10 a share, and the securities now sell for $12 a share, the receiving broker will hold the delivering broker accountable for the $2 a share difference.
Many people, in other words, understood the images as illustrating a disturbing level of federal force.