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  • AWell, there's the final scene in the play, where the characters watch as the planes perform what I called a Nose Dive Starburst maneuver.

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  • The Golden Nose is a wine - tasting and judging event that utilizes the noses of the participants, who are trained and led by experts to make judgments about wine.

    Jason Feulner

  • As something of a digital PR pioneer (he says he was the second person to send out a news release by email, beaten to the punch by two weeks by Apple; his blog, In Front of Your Nose, is a good read too), Andrew was less focused on the metrics, and talked instead about delivering business outcomes not just traffic.

    CIPR events offer perspectives on SEO « pwcom 2.0

  • Nose is lightly floral with distinct burnt sugar aromas with melon, pear and oak.

    Tasting Notes

  • Refute the lies, rebut the rumors and innuendo that Fox Nose is spilling every day, 24/7.

    DNC plans major spending on midterm elections

  • The most logic-defying piece of writing in Russian literature to this day, "The Nose" is narrated in a consistently matter-of-fact manner of poker-faced seriousness.

    Do My Work for Me?

  • The toy's maker, Play Vision, tried to trademark the name Nose Olympics.

    'Olympic' Competition

  • The logicians stuck much closer to the point before them than any of the classes of the literati; — they began and ended with the word Nose; and had it not been for a petitio principii, which one of the ablest of them ran his head against in the beginning of the combat, the whole controversy had been settled at once.

    The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman

  • With descriptions like “Nose is like melted or burnt plastic”, “... bet me a dollar I wouldn’t drink it” or “Insipid yellow, like late afternoon pee.”,

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Kosher-for-Passover Beer

  • ‘The Nose is her latest and most popular incarnation, but she won’t stay fixed under it forever’, Lee writes consolingly, and this essay is a beautifully even-handed look at the way biography hovers between appropriation, translation, and transformation in the lives of its subjects.

    Virginia Woolf’s Nose « Tales from the Reading Room

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