WHWN

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WHWNWhat's Hot What's Not
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Many believe his hatred of the spotlight was strengthened whwn his part in the sale to Telecom Eireann of a lucrative site in Ballsbridge was the subject of a government-commissioned report.
"When I read about him in the paper whwn I am at work, I sometimes think 'I was training with him just four years ago and look where he is now'.
Jane really remembered that time when the teacher had led a discussion of how brave some children are whwn overcoming handicaps -- like Johnny who had to wear braces on his legs and got around on the playground in his wheelchair -- and like Martha who was very pleasant and happy, but just didn't learn very well, and looked a little different -- Jane also remembered the series of four sessions toward the end of the fifth level in biology module when she learned abut puberty and the changes that were going to happen to her body.