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Senior ratings competed for prized bunk space near an air outlet. Nemesis: The Battle for Japan, 194445 (2007)Today his prized collection includes a 1965 van from the first month of production. The Sun (2015)Within weeks, he became a prized scalp. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Without the signature of his most prized asset, the recruitment of fellow internationals may prove difficult. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The country's healthcare system has long been one its most prized assets. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Losing the prized top rating was unthinkable, he said. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Now when his most prized asset displayed all those qualities in announcing he wanted to leave for pastures new, he denounced them. The Sun (2010)That is great news for Tottenham, who feared they might lose their most prized asset. The Sun (2013)Silly'But he's very much a prized asset of ours. The Sun (2009)In our post-Brexit world, this is a prized asset. Times, Sunday Times (2016)But the Premier League champs will not be bullied into selling one of their prized assets. The Sun (2013)The figure raises fears that Britain could lose its prized triple-A credit rating. Times, Sunday Times (2013)But City will dig their heels in and refuse to sell their prized asset, who only signed a new fiveyear deal last summer. The Sun (2015)SHOCKED France was stripped of its prized triple-A credit rating last night as the eurozone crisis lurched into fresh turmoil. The Sun (2012)
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