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“Fractions Iron Man book is steadily causing my interest to wane, and I've yet to be impressed by any of his Uncanny X-Men stuff.”
“Continuing the next chapter in Matt Fractions "World's Most Wanted" storyline, this issue features Tony Stark on the run from his rogues gallery -- and the big bad guy in the Marvel Universe, Norman Osborn!”
“Some of the more popular entries were the Fundamental Law of Fractions:”
“Especially striking moments included the still-pliant veteran Robert Swinston, MCDC director of choreography, in a solo that Cunningham made for himself in 1977; a delectably fast-paced trio from "Rondo" (1996) made extra-lively by the bright execution from Dylan Crossman, Jennifer Goggans and Jamie Scott; and Rashaun Mitchell in a solo from "Fractions" (1977) showing breathtaking reach and perfect aplomb.”
“Fractions of a penny accumulate fast to produce significantly positive results at the end of every day.”
“Fractions of a second later, I heard two sets of footsteps enter the office.”
“Fractions of a percent is irrelevent unless we're talking about the Electoral College in November, which we're not.”
“I think only a handful of my students would appreciate the MMORPG terminology, but in one of my classes involving standards-based grading, so rather than Fraction Test #1 it gets broken down into Reducing Fractions, Adding Fractions, etc.”
“Fractions are postulating that human glink technology is a product of contact with another spacefaring race, substantially in advance of humans.”
“Visual Fractions has eight categories of visualizations, lessons, and games for students to explore and learn the functions of fractions.”
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