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  • Divided Minds title Divided Minds: Twin Sisters' Journey Through Schizophrenia description Twin sisters, one whose life became a battle with schizophrenia and the other became a psychiatrist, in a half hour show in two segments.

    Divided Minds

  • Divided Attention title Divided Attention description fMRI study on shifting attention between vision and audition; a practical application warns of the danger of cell phone use and reaction time while driving.

    Divided Attention

  • The Atlantic:: Magazine:: How Einstein Divided America's Jews

    How Einstein Divided America's Jews

  • How Einstein Divided America's Jews - Magazine - The Atlantic

    How Einstein Divided America's Jews

  • For that, you can see Gary Jacobson’s 1996 paper, and his “Divided Government and the 1994 Elections” in Divided government: change, uncertainty, and the constitutional order (ed. Peter Galderisi, 1996):

    Matthew Yglesias » Head of State

  • I think the gist of what Divided is saying is that instead of wasting your time working to placate Republicans, Democrats should simply proceed with their own agenda as though Republicans don’t even matter and that the American people do.

    Think Progress » Poll: Americans think standing for principle is more important than bipartisan compromise.

  • He usually found me sitting on my porch in the mornings, working on a manuscript I was thinking of calling Divided Property.

    And One Last Thing…

  • I remember watching "By the Sword Divided" on PBS.

    Cromwell (1970)

  • VIEW FAVORITES yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'Unlikely alliance forming on healthcare - Los Angeles Times'; yahooBuzzArticleSummary = 'The National Federation of Independent Business will join AARP, the Service Employees International Union and the Business Roundtable -- which represents chief executives of major companies -- in an umbrella group called Divided We Fail.

    OpEdNews - Quicklink: Unlikely alliance forming on healthcare - Los Angeles Times

  • The National Federation of Independent Business will join AARP, the Service Employees International Union and the Business Roundtable -- which represents chief executives of major companies -- in an umbrella group called Divided We Fail.

    OpEdNews - Quicklink: Unlikely alliance forming on healthcare - Los Angeles Times

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