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  • Specifically, is it just about endemic negativity in and of itself (“constant whining and moaning and tearing down”)?

    Ethics and Enthusiasm

  • Specifically: is the idea that, on balance, the unintended consequences of intervention are more baleful than the unintended consequences of laissez-faire?

    Toward a Better Understanding of the Law of Unintended Consequences - Freakonomics Blog - NYTimes.com

  • The facts that I requested, once again - Specifically, how many Israelis, Lebanese, and Palestinians have been killed in the last 12 months.

    Think Progress » Israel hints at ‘full-scale invasion.’

  • There is now more in English: Specifically, from here in a comment to the entry below.

    GreenCine Daily

  • Will McCain Specifically 'Repudiate' Hagee's Anti-Gay Comments?,

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  • Specifically, that is conservatives across the country are saying, whoa, we have to get behind Mitt Romney.

    CNN Transcript Feb 3, 2008

  • Specifically, which issues are you referring to, and how have Democrats refused to address those issues?

    Democrats In Disarray

  • Specifically, that is his very best to turn Indiana crimson red from the top of the ticket to the bottom in 2010, while positioning himself as the anti-Barack Obama in case he decides there's an opening for a national run in 2012.

    courierpress.com Stories

  • Specifically, that is defined as "extreme conservatism, opposing political or social change."

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  • "Specifically," said Colonel Fennister, "what we want to know is: What are our chances of staying alive until the relief ship comes?"

    Cum Grano Salis

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