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  • Smashing Pumpkins - "Obscured" (live at Atomic Records,

    Expecting Rain

  • Obscured by a curtain, the researchers watched the couples on video monitors; nurses took the blood samples.

    Is There a Health Advantage to Being Married? | Impact Lab

  • Obscured by the the debate, however, is the potential for negative economic effects in the partner countries as well.

    Bill Ong Hing: Free Trade Agreements Mean Job Losses in the Other Country as Well

  • Obscured by the events of the past week, the archaic sun in his mind beat again continuously with its immense power, its identity merging now with that of the real sun visible behind the rain clouds.

    Ballardian » Simon O’Carrigan’s The Drowned World

  • Obscured by incessant chatter about the credit rating and national debt is the sad reality of poverty and hunger in America.

    Steve Nelson: The American Dream, In Black and White

  • LONDON—Obscured for days by hoodies and bandanas, the face of London's violent street riots began to come into focus on Wednesday as the British capital's courts worked overtime to process more than 800 people arrested so far for riot-related offenses.

    Courts Strain to Process Big Group Of Diverse Defendants in London

  • Obscured in the immediate disappointment of that narrow, seven-game defeat, however, were the seeds of future triumph being planted.

    One Season

  • The most scholarly of the three climate books is Merchants of Doubt: How a Handful of Scientists Obscured the Truth on Issues from Tobacco Smoke to Global Warming (Bloomsbury Press) by Naomi Oreskes, professor of history and science studies at the University of California, San Diego, and Erik M. Conway, who previously wrote a history of NASA's atmospheric-science program.

    Charles Alexander: Exposed: Global Warming Deniers

  • Obscured and distorted by the veil, real and relative differences between peoples based on geography, natural resources, and history became moral and genetic manifestations of inferiority justifying dominion and debasement by those who reduced technological advantage ultimately to pigment.

    DARKWATER

  • In their new bookMerchants of Doubt: How a Handful of Scientists Obscured the Truth on Issues fromTobacco SmoketoGlobal Warming, Naomi Oreskes and Erik Conway track another group of influencers, exerting power across a wide range of life-and-death debates over science andpublic health policy, everything from global warming to the dangers of cigarettes to acid rain.

    Naomi Oreskes: Shadow Elite: "Merchants of Doubt" -- Do Scientific Denialists Have No Shame?

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