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“Paraphrasing his idea about art is appropriate for the term Beat, because it also can mean whatever you want it to mean.”
“But he sounded quite different in "Beat the Devil" for example.”
“The centrepiece of Pro Tools was Various Self-Playing Bowling Games it was called Beat the Champ when it was shown at the Barbican earlier this year, in which clips from bowling video games from the 1970s to the present day were projected on to a wall.”
“Not only is that an orchid on the cover (so important in Beat of Temptation), it's an orchid that only blooms in December.”
“Oh, yes: The first sentence in 'Beat of temptation'.”
“Vicki Niswander hosts Disability Beat Radio on WEFT in Champaign, Ill. Disability Beat is a public affairs program covering topics for people with disabilities.”
“This new race was called Beat the Beast, named after a horrendous hill with a 21-percent grade.”
“Dead Beat is the seventh book in the Harry Dresden series and, in my opinion, it's the best one so far.”
“About the only negative thing I can say about Dead Beat is the fact that Harry still tends to escape from almost certain death by luck or the fortunate intervention of others.”
“Conversations with Kerouac, his beloved muse Neal Cassady, and others have been transcribed from Ginsberg's memory, and information will be found here relating to the famous murder of David Kammerer by Carr — a startlingly violent chapter in Beat prehistory — which has been credited in New York magazine as "giving birth to the Beat Generation.”
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