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 Tom Ashworth - “If you look at the film, he's pretty phenomenal. He's a unique person. He is just extremely gifted. For a guy his size, to be able to move like he does . . . he's probably faster than a lot of wide receivers in this league.”
 Paul Ashworth - “As far as the Fed is concerned, payrolls growth is probably just about right -- not too hot and not too cold.”
 Paul Ashworth - “We previously feared growth could dip below 2 percent.”
 Paul Ashworth - “The bottom line is that a current account deficit of this unparalleled magnitude is unsustainable and there is no hope of it being resolved painlessly through higher exports alone. Instead it will require a big dollar depreciation alongside much weaker domestic demand for imports.”
 Paul Ashworth - “The jump in import prices will fan the new-found fears of inflation in the markets and at the Fed.”
 Paul Ashworth - “I do not expect core inflation to rise much above these levels. But were it to do so, this would seal the case for more rate rises.”
 Tom Ashworth - “He's tough, he's strong, he's athletic, he's intelligent. He's got it all figured out. You're playing against the premier athletes in the league at left tackle, but he doesn't get intimidated.”
 Jamie Ashworth - “That was a really good win for them. I thought going into singles we had a ton of momentum.”
 Tom Ashworth - “I don't know, it was a long time ago. I forgot about it.”
 Paul Ashworth - “Since the order books at Boeing are bulging at the moment, with many of those orders coming from abroad, aircraft exports could continue to be a big positive for the trade deficit for some time to come.”
 Paul Ashworth - “Since the order books at Boeing are bulging at the moment, with many of those orders coming from abroad, aircraft exports could continue to be a big positive for the trade deficit for some time to come,”
 Tom Ashworth - “I don't know anything about that. I just go to practice and try and improve what I do. I can't worry about any of the other things. Just worry about yourself. . . . It never changes around here. Everybody is playing for a spot at every position. It hasn't changed for me at all since I came here as a rookie.”
 Paul Ashworth - “While the drop in gasoline prices makes these sales figures look bad, it is of course good news for spending in real terms, which is what really counts.”
 Tom Ashworth - “Institutions in Asia are by nature cautious -- they'll follow, but not lead.”
 Jamie Ashworth - “Miami was coming off of a tough loss and I thought if we got that doubles point we would have a lot of momentum. We couldn't capitalize on that momentum and that's unusual for us.”
 John Ashworth - “I'm not at all surprised that the rebels are not accepting the peace deal. Why should they It's never going to be implemented. The government is just going to undermine it every way they can.”
 Paul Ashworth - “This is all a bit of a puzzle. It will depend obviously on how quickly these areas can be repopulated, and also you've got the positive of reconstruction spending and the fact that that will create jobs.”
 Paul Ashworth - “This is all a bit of a puzzle, ... It will depend obviously on how quickly these areas can be repopulated, and also you've got the positive of reconstruction spending and the fact that that will create jobs.”
 Paul Ashworth - “The slowdown in the pace of job creation”
 Jamie Ashworth - “We had plenty of opportunities in the doubles, but we just didn't convert. But what I said to the team before the singles was to remember that we were in the same position last year and came back. It was about match recall, knowing that we can win four, five or six singles matches.”
 Paul Ashworth - “This will no doubt give protectionists in Congress some ammunition as the mid term elections approach.”
 Paul Ashworth - “He has been careful to address all possible concerns about his leadership in Congress, in financial markets and among his Fed colleagues.”
 Paul Ashworth - “Such a rapid escalation in prices is sure to hit confidence and real spending hard.”
 John Ashworth - “People weren't notified soon enough then they were given the impression it affected them when it didn't it was sheer carelessness and incompetence on the part of the city. Unfortunately, these things are becoming more common since amalgamation. The problem is it's all controlled from a central location and they (city staff) don't the areas,”
 John Ashworth - “People weren't notified soon enough then they were given the impression it affected them when it didn't it was sheer carelessness and incompetence on the part of the city. Unfortunately, these things are becoming more common since amalgamation. The problem is it's all controlled from a central location and they (city staff) don't the areas,”

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