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“Able is the more inviting of the two actors but she mostly spends her time reacting to whatever Nairy is mumbling.”
“American Able is a brilliant slam-dunk against the ways genuinely "normal" bodies -- those which are what we see in our everyday public -- are rendered "other" by the media and particularly by fashion, which is an industry predicated on perpetuating our most deeply-held oppressions even as they might argue they are subverting it.”
“Staff Sgt. Brandon W. Farley, 30, of Haworth, Okla., died Sept. 18 at Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan, of wounds sustained Sept. 17 when his mounted patrol was attacked by enemy forces using small arms and rocket-propelled grenades in Able Monti,”
“It would not have covered the situation at issue in Able Danger, that is, information gathered by military intelligence.”
“BLITZER: Did you know about this unit called Able Danger, these special operations forces that the chairman of the Joint Chiefs, General Hugh Shelton, had created?”
“Weldon says the Army's intelligence unit known as Able Danger, identified the ringleaders of the 9/11 attacks more than a year before September 11, but those warnings were ignored by the Pentagon.”
“Lieutenant Colonel Anthony Shaffer says he alerted the FBI in 2000 about the information, at least he tried to alert the FBI about the information gathered by his classified unit called Able Danger.”
“Cornell treasures her daughter's joyride of a life in a new book called The Able Life of Cody Jane: Still Celebrating LightaLight Publications, May 2011.”
“My name Able, ma'am; dis lan 'mine, yes, ma'am" -- and then -- "Oh! my Lord!”
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