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  • Tishman Construction's sign ature projects outside of New York include MGM Mirage's elaborate new CityCenter in Las Vegas, shown above.

    Aecom Buys Tishman Construction

  • F.ature photography went to Craig F. Walker of the Denver Post

    Washington Post Wins Four Pulitzer Prizes

  • F.ature photography went to Craig F. Walker of the Denver Post, owned by Media-News Group.

    Washington Post Leads in Pulitzers

  • It remains at a constant temper­ature, even during the boil­ing hot summer months.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • Education in science and lit­er­­ature was perfectly acceptable; subjects like religion and politics were not.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • If the cultivation room is used for extraction while the cultures are growing, care must be taken that the heat from the extraction process does not alter the room temper - ature.

    Quartermasters of Terror

  • She added: "The Gauteng cabinet (executive committee) should after a reign of three years be ature and confident enough to resist the dictates of the ideologues who control the national education agenda, who are clearly not willing to surrender the slightest vestige of control."

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • W.G. Lambert, Babylonian Wisdom Liter - ature (Oxford, 1960).

    SIN AND SALVATION

  • Keble, who held the Oxford Chair of Poetry, progressed to a “proto-Freudian theory, which conceives of liter - ature as disguised wish-fulfillment ....”

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • A similar basic contradiction is felt in classical liter - ature.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

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