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Instead, I occupy my time with research on psychology and ethnology.

In 1999, women became entitled to occupy senior government positions.

Bacani often moved to the front lines to document the Occupy protests.

The loose collective is also known for supporting the Occupy movement.

Fruits and vegetables occupy the largest arc, bumping grains to second.

It also acknowledges the U.S. and Great Britain's right to occupy Iraq.

Zakharchenko said that the militants would occupy Kharkiv “in any case.”

Toys resting on what little space is left in the small room they occupy.

'Too terrified to travel': A new normal for Hong Kong's 'Occupy Generation'?

Over 1600 species of animals, native and exotic, occupy the 2200 acre swamp.

I only occupy myself with politics,"" he said, according to the source."

Your corporate theory is a joke too, sounds like something off an Occupy flyer.

The Houthis advanced from Yemen's north to occupy Sanaa in September 2014.

Hinckley wrote to Foster that the two of them would someday occupy the White House.

Often, they occupy retail space in shopping centers that have Auchan outlets.

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