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To: email@example.com Subject: <subject line is ignored> body: search white-house keywordsI sent off a request to search the ever-popular catchphrase, information superhighway. Here's what I received.
## Regarding your request: search white-house information superhighway Searching the following subject area: white-house for ALL of the following terms: information superhighway 1994-02-03 PRESIDENT'S REMARKS AT KRAMER JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL Request: send white-house 1378 1994-02-07 POTUS TO GREATER HOUSTON PARTNERSHIP Request: send white-house 1399 1994-02-11 PRESIDENT'S REMARKS TO CALIFORNIA NEWSPAPER PUBLISHERS Request: send white-house 1418 1994-03-12 PRESIDENT'S RADIO ADDRESS Request: send white-house 1589 1994-03-15 PRESIDENT TO MARKHEM CORP. EMPLOYEES, KEENE, NH Request: send white-house 1595 1994-03-14 PRESIDENT'S REMARKS AT THE G-7 JOBS CONFERENCE Request: send white-house 1603 1994-03-16 PRESIDENT NAMES COWAN VOICE OF AMERICA DIRECTOR Request: send white-house 1605 1994-04-13 REMARKS TO AMERICAN SOCIETY OF NEWSPAPER EDITORS Request: send white-house 1772To request a specific document from the daily summaries, send another message:
To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: <subject line is ignored> Body: send white-house numberI requested President Clinton's radio address, file 1589. Here's some of what I got:
For Immediate Release March 12, 1994 RADIO ADDRESS OF THE PRESIDENT TO THE NATION 10:06 A.M. EST THE PRESIDENT: Good morning. This morning I want to talk with you about what we're doing here at home and abroad to create better jobs for our American workers, and about a breakthrough we've had in our trade talks with Japan. Let me begin with this important news. Today we've reached an agreement that will open up Japan's cellular telephone market to high-technology products made here in America. This is a big win for everyone. Workers in the United States will gain because the agreement means more demand for cellular telephones and related equipment made in America. Japanese consumers win because they'll have access to better service and better technology at better prices. Even Japanese manufacturers may win because of the increased demand for cellular telephones. This agreement is designed to produce results; both countries will be able to measure progress. And it demonstrates that the United States and Japan can work together to open up jobs in America by opening up markets in Japan in ways that help both Americans and Japanese.A complete catalog of the documents contained at esusda.gov can be retrieved through the almanac server. To get the summary catalog, send the message
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