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the total offspring of an individual male; refers usually to a stallion.
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An easy, engaging read void of pretension or self-importance, Getting Off The Street gives readers an insider's view of Wall Street and what really drives the investment banks in their recommendations to their clients.
VAR of Mustafa Demir getting off the bus, going inside the hospital
She added: "The domestic economy is in a zero-sum game scenario, with almost as many companies getting off the ground as there are collapsing, and consumer demand remains stagnant.
POLICE are renewing their appeal for witnesses after a man was killed when he walked into the path of a car after getting off a bus.
It was brilliant getting off in Liverpool One close to the shops and then walking back to wait in a covered bus stop.
London, Sept 28 (ANI): A British professor has been left feeling disgusted after he was ordered to pay 155 pounds as fine for getting off his train one station before the destination on his ticket.
The problem seems to be people getting off, and people complaining about those people getting off and not getting locked up.
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The victims - a husband and wife who were travelling with their child, were getting off the train as two men were boarding.
Can you imagine getting off on Auto Mall Parkway, or something like it, and not seeing an auto dealer for more than a mile?
Travelers are provided with easy to read and clearly detailed road maps for autoroute driving; precise road maps of all major metropolitan areas for getting off the highways and into the cities; vicinity maps of Paris which also show significant points of interest outside the city and how to get to them; city street maps drawn large scale; and a comprehensive index for easy access to desired map page information.
Incumbent carriers, led by Continental Airlines, have lobbied hard to keep Virgin America from getting off the ground.