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“Remarkably all three, along with numerous others, have memorized the 600-page book in Arabic without speaking the language.”
“The commission's nearly 600-page report was approved by the six Democratically appointed members of the commission, but opposed by all four Republicans.”
“The Lahore-based Muslim organization promotes interfaith dialogue, and in 2010 issued a 600-page Fatwa against terrorism.”
“Will our casual fling blossom into a 600-page novel?”
“Yet this hopelessly overbroad generalization about the connection between art and life that motivates 600-page biographies of writers and artists is what is usually trotted out as justification for these exercises in voyeurism and speculation.”
“The 600-page volume, the 12th compiled so far by the editors of the Einstein Papers Project, pulls all of the letters and related documents together in a way that allows us now to see, even more clearly than Einstein did at the time, the political and emotional struggle he stumbled into.”
“My copy of Barrayar is bound with the first Vorkosigan novel, Shards of Honor, in a 600-page omnibus volume called Cordelia's Honor.”
“Apologies to anyone assuming otherwise, because naturally I'd love to see it in print someday, in its full 600-page horrific glory.”
“I will be posting 475 pages of the 600-page series immediately.”
“While these and other measures contained in the 600-page draft climate bill are likely to stimulate intense debate on the Hill, it is what the bill does not say that has seemed to cause the most initial controversy.”
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