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“Here, in a vast and echoing building, is a seemingly endless calvacade of immortal masterpieces: Rembrandts, two knock-out Vermeers, beautiful Chardins, gorgeous Botticellis, Cranachs, Massaccios, Caravaggios.”
“Recommend Results are in for the most-trusted American companies for privacy practices, and most of the top-10 has a decidedly tech flavor. eBay, Verizon, IBM and Yahoo led the calvacade of "most trusted" consumer brands for their privacy policies - such as access to account information and data sharing practices - according to the fifth annual TRUSTe/Ponemon Institute survey.”
“Results are in for the most-trusted American companies for privacy practices, and most of the top-10 has a decidedly tech flavor. eBay, Verizon, IBM and Yahoo led the calvacade of "most trusted" consumer brands for their privacy policies - such ...”
“The show floor at E3 can be an overwhelming visual calvacade.”
“A calvacade of "Number Twos" all marched in, episode after episode, trying to make McGoohan's "Number Six" submit and behave, but they never succeeded in doing anything more than stymieing his attempts to leave, and ultimately just making him more determined to escape.”
“A Street Party calvacade that will be showing up at Disneyland in late March.”
“I was gobsmacked by this calvacade of ridiculousness when I caught the film in a rep screening a few years ago - I had literally blanked out the whole exorcism denouement, which was returned to me that night like a surprise birthday party held in my honor.”
“Get ready for a calvacade of shitty "Marvel" films, cartoons, etc.”
“Our calvacade of leave-changing colour's @ 80% right now and, it's swoon-worthy gorgeous, bribe . . . grovel . . .”
“Blaming "Bill Donohue and his calvacade of right wing shills," embattled blogger Amanda Marcotte resigned from the John Edwards campaign yesterday.”
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