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The Best Epic Translations: Lattimore (Iliad), Fagles (Odyssey), Fitzgerald (Aeneid), Pinsky (Inferno), Merwin (Purgatorio), Mandelbaum (Paradiso)
Prodded by moderates, however, nearly half the Democrats teamed up with Republicans late Thursday to loosen restrictions on derivatives and reject tougher financial regulations.
Prodded by West Virginia's Robert C. Byrd, who has since died, Majority Leader Harry Reid kept the Senate in pro forma session.
Prodded to take the case by his old bossthe Indianapolis chief of police who holds the strings to Frank's possible return to the forceBehr accepts.
Prodded to improve cooperation after the 1991 Gulf War, many military officers now in senior leadership positions got their first taste of working with the CIA during the subsequent Balkan wars.
The Long, Winding Path to Closer CIA and Military Cooperation
Prodded in part by the ratings downgrade, Canada enacted strict budget reforms, and the bond market reversed course.
Prodded by Romney, Gingrich has released a contract that paid $25,000 a month for services to troubled mortgage holder Freddie Mac, and has insisted nothing he did there constituted lobbying.
The Center for Public Integrity: Lobbying or not? Gingrich's health center was a power player in Washington policy debates
Prodded by Lehmann, Yonemura explained the basics of a book-based cipher system.
Prodded by Beijing, Mr. Kim experimented with economic liberalization in 2002 by allowing some markets to form.
Prodded by corporate chiefs across the country, U.S. trade officials have launched a coordinated attack on the core of America's commercial conflict with China: the heavily protected and subsidized Chinese state-owned enterprises that are pounding U.S. companies not just in China but in competition globally.
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