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The very same energy among the public that put a stop to the White House's war plans for Syria, would now be used to put a stop to AIPAC's efforts to sabotage the last best chance to avoid war with Iran.
We are pleased and excited to see Senators Baucus and Hatch adopt the Fiscal Commission's Zero Plan approach to tax reform, which represents a major step forward and may be the last best chance for reforming our inefficient, confusing, and outdated tax code.
presidential election looming, this may be Tehran's last best chance to do its part in untangling the mutual demonization driving the conflict.
Ortiz, who has five hits on the season, four for doubles, moved to third on Beltre's hard ground out to second, but that's as far as he got, ending Boston's last best chance to score.
This may be your last best chance to lash out at the counterculture.
Phil Angelides, chairman of the inquiry commission, said the forum "may be our last best chance to take stock of what really happened so that we can learn from it and restore faith in our economic system".
The conference president, Denmark's Connie Hedegaard, called it a last best chance.
The American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) meeting, which starts May 29, may give at least 30 companies with no marketed drugs their last best chance to seek deals with larger drugmakers eager to expand in the $78 billion cancer market, according to analysts.