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As a result of this document or utterance.‘the Port Authority hereby solicits proposals from developers’
- ‘So I hereby absolve myself of guilt should he ever read this.’
- ‘I no longer need them so I'm hereby setting them free to be happy in the world somewhere that I am not.’
- ‘I hereby solicit trout recipes from all and sundry, starting with the German Guests.’
- ‘I hereby witness the signing of this document by the above named in my presence.’
- ‘In case there is, I hereby volunteer to preside over confessions.’
- ‘For the harsh language, for the questioning of your art warrior status, and for the ban, which I hereby lift.’
- ‘We hereby inform you that your computer was scanned under the IP 195.132. 116.228.’
- ‘If anyone is taking nominations for the Prince of Procrastination, I hereby humbly submit myself to the competition.’
- ‘It's time for a policy of containment, which I hereby revise to include a blockade.’
- ‘Boris… I, too, hereby announce my complete refusal to play ball with this ID card nonsense.’
- ‘Those of you grazing in from InstaPundit are hereby welcomed and encouraged to poke around.’
- ‘Nathan, I hereby denounce you and those filthy words you wrote, no matter what they were.’
- ‘By way of protest, I hereby offer to anyone who wants it my assistance in setting up a Blogspot Blog.’
- ‘I hereby make a vow, not to cheat, but to win quizzes here on in on my wit and intelligence alone, forbearing all use of my fox-like cunning.’
- ‘In the end John's position ain't gonna change, and neither is mine, so I hereby declare peace.’
- ‘We hereby put the PM on notice that we wish to join his medical team and effect a miracle with our cure.’
- ‘I'm hereby resolving to go sew up the tiny tear as soon as I'm finished with this, in hopes that you'll do the same.’
- ‘I hereby declare that I consent to all of the following terms and conditions.’
- ‘Fans of Sandover are hereby challenged to show how parts two and three don't fit these patterns.’
- ‘In Parliamentary tradition, I hereby refer the honourable gentleman to the answer the free market gave some moments ago.’
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