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“Embarking fearlessly on this unchained, unlabeled phase in her career marks an ideal time for fans to get to know Nicole personally, making Off The Record's timing perfectly relevant for her.”
“From the Daily Record's Torcuil CrichtonTonight's Westminster rebellion on the EU must now limit Cameron's room for maneouvere on Scotland.”
“However, even I will concede that Failblog has identified trademark fail in response to Guinness World Record's complaint that Failblog used a screenshot containing Guinness trademarks to show an embarrassing entry from the Guinness website.”
“Editor's note: After this article published, a dispute emerged over the authenticity of the Daily Record's interview with Robert Pattinson.”
“Sure, "reporting" that his unsupported argument was unopposed (after all, "everybody knows" it's true!) was lazy in the extreme, but it did enable the putative Paper of Record's House Conservative to conclude, "a little more extremism in the defense of fiscal responsibility is exactly what the Republican Party needs.”
“For the uninitiated The Scottish Sun is now far and away the best selling newspaper in Scotland, in part because its younger more open minded readers were increasingly put off by the once dominant Daily Record's pro Labour, pro Government sycophancy.”
“In 2008, she received the Daily Record's Leadership in Law award.”
“Buckminsterfullerene has the cute soccer ball geometry, and Rice came up with the Guinness World Record's largest single-walled carbon nanotube model.”
“I asked him how, how! could he let those wacky, tamale-slingin ', tequila swillin' Mexicans beat us out of the Guinness Book of World Record's world's largest cheesecake designation.”
“Tom Ricks's blogsite tipped me off to Record's review.”
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