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  • As I have observed in the past with many other Finger Lakesrieslings from2007, this winewas all about fruit butwith less acidity and minerality, a combination that I do not enjoy as thoroughly.

    The New York Cork Report:

  • It's not that I'm religious about not visually cleaning a space up – butwith this place, I felt that if I moved something, it would fall apart.

    Photographer Lynne Cohen's best shot

  • The science is not a "slam dunk" as theyimply, butwith plenty of scientic roon for debate, though rarely allowed.

    Global Warming: Through a Glass Darkly

  • The Scotish problem was cause by the Scots and the cynical manouvering of the Labour Party to retain its 69 seats voting on England butwith no legitimacy (including Wales)

    The Witch Cooper

  • The movie 'Fashion'would be released inTheatres very soon butwith a problem.

    Censor Board Gives 'A' Certificate to Movie 'Fashion'

  • And I say this not out of gratitude to the speakers Richard Sambrook and Paul Youlten for their thoughtful contributions and nimble responsiveness – which I have in spades – butwith respect tothe level of insight and challenging thoughts coming from the assembled crowd.

    Breaking the mould or daydreamers? « Innovation Cloud

  • The stories were hit-or-miss, butwith always nice art from The Dude.

    Archive 2005-02-01

  • Christianity is as morally bankrupt as Islam, butwith a much bloodier history, although the

    Crooks and Liars

  • Nothing is wrong with this at all, butwith all the attention NARROW-CASTER has been getting from people on this site, I was expecting more Prog than Pop, and what I got was the exact opposite.

    Latest reviews @ Progarchives.com, the ultimate progressive rock music website

  • Robert Huth fouled Sinclair two yards inside the Latics 'half butwith no Stoke player standing over the ball the Honduran left-backlaunched the free-kick goalwards and it sailed over Sorensen and intothe top corner.

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