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Protein shakes and chicken every three hours for one month.
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The Romneys have nothing to hide.
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He'll be regretting it for the rest of the election.
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He's laid-back, a free spirit, a chill bro.
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The university will be banned from bowl games for four years and wins since 1998 will be vacated, among other punishments.
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He might be able to get away with his secrecy.
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In the swing states, not the Acela corridor or the elites of D.C., New York or Boston.
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