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“FAA Release of Radar Data Signals a new 'Openness Policy' on UFOs yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'FAA Release of Radar Data Signals a new \'Openness Policy\' on UFOs '; yahooBuzzArticleSummary =' Article: Significant support for the testimony of multiple witnesses of a UFO seen near Stephenville Texas on January 8, 2008 came in the form of radar data recently released by the Federal Aviation Authority (FAA). ”
“Openness" is going to be necessary in order to reach the highest levels of quality.”
“Openness is not known to be a decent quality in a political circumstance; otherwise more openness to worse outrages would be called better.”
“Openness is truly fostered and not in the fashionable sense charading around the most expensive of cutting-edge furnishings. posted by redbarren at 10: 14 AM”
“Openness is the key to enabling other innovations and catalyzing improvements in the quality, accountability, affordability, and accessibility of higher education.”
“Openness is a philosophy as opposed to a specific technical standard.”
“Openness is good but many of the countries wanted to take it a step further in imposing “world regulations”, conspiracy theorists were right about this “new world order”, I can’t help but believe them that some people in this world want to see a one world currency that these kinds of policies pave the way for.”
“Openness" reflected an individual's tendency to unconventionality and intellect.”
“Openness," and "bias" are contradictory unless one is open despite what will inevitably be one's bias.”
“LAMB: Before we lose time here, you have a section called "Openness," and you write, "The openness that has come to politics and government in Washington is one of the proudest and most valuable achievements of the reform movement, and it is here to stay.”
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Words and phrases from the thirteenth century poem Roman de la Rose by Guillaume de Lorris and Jean de Meun.
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