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"to our discussion about corporate law?"

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Clueless (1995)
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Startup.com
WHO WANTS TO HAVE A DISCUSSION ABOUT OUR STRATEGY,
3.4 secs
War Room (2015)
I'd like to think about our other discussion.
3.1 secs
Transformers (2007)
Oh, my goodness. I'm sorry you had to hear our little family discussion about...
2.3 secs
Ray Donovan (2013) - S03E10
and our discussions with your friends in law enforcement,
1.9 secs
The Fault in Our Stars (2014)
you're willing to give money to a corporation...
2.3 secs
Castle (2009) - S08E04
what we're about to discuss.
2.6 secs
Arrested Development (2003) - S01E06 Visiting Ours
- He doesn't like to discuss money. - I don't like to discuss money.
2.8 secs
Spring Breakers (2012)
to discuss and talk about temptation...
1.8 secs
The Conversation (1974)
What about your corporate control?
2.7 secs
The Office (US) (2005) - S01E02
I never actually talked to corporate about it,
2.4 secs
The In-Laws (1979)
You have nothing to worry about. You're an innocent victim.
2.7 secs
The Newsroom (2012) - S01E03 The 112th Congress
our news coverage to what best suits our corporate--
4.3 secs
Hackers (1995)
This is common in corporations as large as ours. Don't worry about it.
1.9 secs
Silicon Valley (2014) - S01E05 Signaling Risk
I think we need to define our corporate culture.
2.1 secs
Back to School (1986)
for the purposes of our discussion here...
1.5 secs
Penguins of Madagascar (2014)
Corporal, take our prisoner...
3.6 secs
The Hunt for Red October (1990)
You wish to add something to our discussion, Dr. Ryan?
2.6 secs
Back to School (1986)
then transfer title to the California Corporation.
2.3 secs
A Time to Kill (1996)
Should we tell our young, uninformed law clerk...
4.3 secs
The In-Laws (1979)
to impress private citizens into their service without telling them what it's about