“Bill Adair is editor of the nonpartisan fact-checking website PolitiFact. com.”
“ROBERTS: Bill Adair is editor of the nonpartisan website, PolitiFact. com.”
“The ostensible reasoning behind it is that the financial sector pays insufficient tax and that much of the financial activity that would be taxed is "socially useless," to borrow the phrase of Adair Turner, the chairman of the Financial Services Authority.”
“Bill Adair is editor of the nonpartisan fact-checking website PolitiFact. com, and we check in with him from time to time for a dose of truth.”
“Alex did it again? and Andy Adair is protecting him?”
“Interviewer/producer Benjamin Adair narrates the story in a relaxed, natural style.”
“Now there's a United States Cycling Federation sanctioned road race in Adair County, and I hope something happens to you soon that makes you feel the way that this makes me feel.”
“PS My brother gave a copy of this story to some buddies of his who are volunteer firefighters back in Adair County.”
“Geoff Ryman was the instructor that week, and after he'd read both the story and a couple of issues of the Adair Progress I had lying around, he said "Adair is your secret weapon.”
“There was plenty of interest about town, what with a Society murder - a young sprig of the nobility called Adair getting himself shot mysteriously in the West End - and a crisis in the government, when that dodderer Gladstone finally resigned.”
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