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  • It was then that I realized that perhaps part of what has made his election so exciting is he is understood and appreciated -- that he listens to and is heard by -- such a broad-reaching population in age and ethnicity.

    serment - French Word-A-Day

  • This two-disc set isn't the definitive Bowie tribute, but it is the nuttiest and most broad-reaching.

    Catching up on September pop music releases

  • While revenues are in line with or higher than they were last year for many on Main Street, the outlook for hiring and business in general is bleak, according to a broad-reaching survey to be released Thursday.

    Outlook Grows Bleak on Main Street

  • But the closures, if prolonged, could have a broad-reaching impact on the world's electronics supply from cellphones to game consoles.

    Factory Blast Roils Tech Supply Chain

  • And while I do not use him as a weapon, I did decide this year to impart that broad-reaching message of “good behavior”.

    Sometimes It Feels Like, Santa Is Watching Me | Her Bad Mother

  • But even though the proposals failed in the Senate, one broad-reaching measure received 50 votes and gained the support of four Democrats, demonstrating weakening support on Capitol Hill for the administration's actions.

    Senate Rejects Proposals to Block EPA Emissions Rules

  • Students that can adapt to an increasingly globalized environment, understand the broad-reaching impacts of their decisions, and capitalize on change and turn it into an advantage will stand to become the leaders of tomorrow's networked economy.

    Jeanne Beliveau-Dunn: The Talent Development Race

  • The details of the proposal are broad-reaching: a new super panel would be created to oversee legislative ethics and executive ethics, ripping responsibility from the moribund Legislative Ethics Commission and blowing up the Commission on Public Integrity, which Paterson has proposed before.

    The 'Reform Albany Act,' Explained

  • "The results of this broad-reaching survey of for-profit school recruiting practices leave little question that these practices occur across the industry and are in no way limited to a few rogue recruiters or even schools," a spokeswoman for Mr. Harkin said.

    GAO Finds Deceptive Practices at For-Profits

  • The Olduvai theory is slightly more broad-reaching than Peak Oil.

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