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Planet Paprika, tongue-in-cheek as the title admits, is a swing record for the world to be hinged upon.
Moreover, the breadth of comprehension in such a use of the term admits of divisions and cross-divisions being framed under it; and at the same time limits the number of systems of thought to which, with any propriety, it might otherwise be extended.
The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 2: Assizes-Browne 1840-1916 1913
Palin admits Canadian “socialized” medicine is the way to go, and these tools continue to think they are some grassroots wizards ….
Think Progress » Home-school textbook market dominated by books skeptical of evolution. 2010
Finally, he mentions a Seattle artist who developed horse-leg extensions for people seeking a “taller and more graceful” look, which he admits is “kind of creepy.”
The Listener 2010
Even with what she admits is "zilch" official mountain climbing training, Gina feels it's an important step to walk the walk she talks everyday.
Annemarie Dooling: Twitter Superstar Combats World Issues With Mobile Reactions Annemarie Dooling 2010
Conservative critics used the snippets to portray her as a racist and liberal activist, a picture even Richmond now admits is inaccurate.
In the case of rape, for instance, the largest study ever done into the issue (whose author, Eugene Kanin, freely admits is woefully insufficient to allow extrapolation), it was found between 45 – 60% of all accusations are demonstrably false ... as in, such a bad fabrication it was actually possible to prove innocence .... a VERY high bar indeed.
The Volokh Conspiracy » Court of Appeals Upholds $16 Million Award for Framing Father for Alleged Child Molestation 2010
Nearly 20 years ago he moved out of the "squalor" of a Thompson Street apartment to this top-floor, one-bedroom condo, which he admits is kept clean by Kenny, a psychologist.
Michael Cunningham and a new generation of writers transcend 'gay literature' Dan Zak 2010
Thus we are not telling people they must involve themselves in an activity they are other wise not involved in, but only “how” they have to be involved — a situation which as Professor Barnett freely admits is hardly without many, many precedents.
The Volokh Conspiracy » A Quick Response to Randy on the Use of “Unprecedented” 2010
"McCain admits being 'divorced' from everyday challenges"
2008 Election 2009
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