Once again, truth is stranger than fiction, and the enthralling cat-and-mouse game was __(1)__ by the exploits of audacious Frank W. Abagnale Jr., known as the Skywayman. From the time he ran away from his troubled home at age 16 to capture at 21, Abagnale passed himself off as a co-pilot on Pan Am, an emergency room physician, a lawyer and a milionaire.
He was so skilled at 'paperhanging' (check fraud) - and had such chutzpah - that, for years, he was able to outwit and outmaneuver FBI Agent Carl Hanratty, who patiently pursued him __(2)__ the world while developing a curious surrogate - father/son relationship with the daring identity thief.
Perceptively directed by Steven Spielberg from Jeff Nathanson's expertly-potted sreenplay, based on Abagnale's memoir, it's a cockeyed version of the American dream, an ingenious, jet-setting grifter who scammed bad checks in 50 states and 26 countries, bilking barks of $2.5 milion, yet who's still haunted by the sins of his parents which fractured his family. After serving five years, Abagnele was __(3)__ from prison on the condition that he teach law enforcement how to prevent fraud. Now he has his own security firm and lectures at the FBI Academy.
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Most people plan financially long-term, but they don't have a long-term physical plan. They plan for retirement, but they don't prepare for what I call physical "ere-firement" in the __(1)__ yeas in life. Re-firement is to ignite, to excite. That's where my energy comes from.
I wrestled on and off in high school. What I noticed was, when you're a wrestler, you're in the best shape of your file. But after the season, I'd go back to my lifestyle of overeating. Then we'd go hack for practice, and it was like hell week. You'd feel like you wanted to throw up. In 11th grade, I decided to never let myself get out of __(2)__ again. It's to much work.
In the details
People aren't used to focusing on their muscles the way I make them focus. It's attention to detail, never sacrificing your form for an extra repetition. If you do everything correctly, you'll have better results in a shorter __(3)__ of time
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l'm glad you are all here today. Obviously, the more communications we can have about issues that worry you, the easier it is for us to __(1)__ to problems. Governors are problern-solvers. And so is the President. Our job is to identify problems, and deal with them. And the best way to do so is in the spirit of cooperation.
That's sometimes hard in Washington, I readiy admit. This is not a town that thrives upon cooperation, like most state capitals. But we'll __(2)__ to work hard to help you, because by helpilg our governors, we readly help our people. That's the job of a President.
Yesterday in my toast, I said the war on drugs goes on, and it does. I wish I __(3)__ otherwise, but that's not a true assessment of the world. We are chasing the Mafia; we're dealing with criminds and proliferation. But this war still goes on. It's important for you to know that.
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Absentee Landlords were a highly __(1)__ issue in the history of Ireland. During the course of 16th and 17th centuries, most of the land in Ireland was confiscated from Irish Catholic landowners during the Plantation of Ireland and granted to British settlers.
Seized land was given to English nobles and soldiers, some of __(2)__ rented it out to Irishmen while they remained residents of England. Over the centuries, resentment grew as not only were the absentee landlords Protestant (while most tenants were Catholic), but their existence meant that the wealth of the land was always exported.
In the years __(3)__ the Irish Potato Famine, the land issue with the Irish Land League's Land War had become extremely important in Ireland. The land issue was one of the historic factors that resulted in Ireland's troubled history to this day.