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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. An English translation of the Bible from Hebrew and Greek published in 1611 under the auspices of James I. Also called Authorized Version, King James Version.

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  • Dennis Bernstein based this report in part on interviews done for "Flashpoints" on the

    Consortiumnews.com

  • "Flashpoints," an online magazine about the 1908 Springfield Race Riot created by area high school students for the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum, recently received two MUSE Awards from the American Association of Museums.

    The State Journal-Register Home RSS

  • New Hurdles Loom in Euro Crisis Heard on the Street: First-Quarter Flashpoints Review of 2011: Crisis Brought Pain, No Gains An official reading of China's purchasing-managers index released Sunday was stronger than analysts had expected, with conditions showing growth against a prior contraction.

    European Stocks Rise

  • I've long followed the problems of the people there on the Pacificaprogram, Flashpoints, which has had extraordinarily good coverage on Haiti.

    Help Haiti's earthquake survivors by donating to the Red Cross

  • I think I'd rather make a donation to Doctors without Borders, or listen carefullyto Flashpoints over the next few days for another suggestion. by

    Help Haiti's earthquake survivors by donating to the Red Cross

  • Market Flashpoints Market Flashpoints looks at issues shaping the world of financial markets, money and investing.

    Flexing Muscle: China's Influence on Global Commodities Markets

  • Market Flashpoints Reuters Iron ore from Australia is unloaded at Rizhao Port, one of China's biggest ports for importing the commodity.

    Flexing Muscle: China's Influence on Global Commodities Markets

  • Flashpoints include the value of turnaround efforts related to Genzyme ' s manufacturing problems as well as the sales potential for a multiple-sclerosis treatment in development.

    More Skeptical of a Genzyme Takeover

  • Unless reversed, management's decision will deprive listeners in 30 US cities, and online globally, of some of the most vital and respected programming anywhere - thanks to the heroic work of Dennis Bernstein, Nora Barrows-Friedman, and the entire Flashpoints team, dedicated to providing accurate, in-depth coverage of the most-cutting edge issues with an array of distinguished guests.

    Printing: An Open Letter to Pacifica Radio's KPFA Management

  • By implementing early December budget and staff cuts, KPFA's management targeted its award-winning Flashpoints Radio for extinction, sullied the name of its founder, Lew Hill, and defiled fundamental First Amendment freedoms without which no others are possible.

    Printing: An Open Letter to Pacifica Radio's KPFA Management

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