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  • Recently released findings from "Freedom in the World," Freedom House's annual survey of political rights and civil liberties, reveal the deep cross-currents at work in each society.

    From Revolution to Democracy

  • Response: This statement brings into focus the cross-currents in the polemic, namely that on the one hand ID clearly has evolved as a refutation of conventional (materialist) evolutionary theory/beliefs, whilst on the other it stands as a scientifically deduced argument about the nature of biological organisms.

    Bradley Monton's Paper criticizing Dover Decision

  • There are some interesting social cross-currents at work in this race.

    Crist anointed - poli

  • The novel's tone is worldly wise, although a reader cannot help but feel sadness at the loss of a society, ages old, on an island that itself has always embodied historical and cultural cross-currents.

    A Lyric, Elegiac Lament for a Lost World

  • "There are so many cross-currents right now and no strong directionality from the economic data," said Thomas Roth , executive director in the U.S. government bond trading group at Mitsubishi UFJ Securities USA Inc. in New York.

    Asset-Backed Bonds Sell, With No Seizure

  • The GOP's divisions reflect longtime cross-currents on foreign policy.

    Republicans Show Divisions Over the U.S. Intervention

  • Nearby, furniture by Charles Rennie Mackintosh and Charles Voysey illustrates international cross-currents.

    Modernism's Austrian Rebels

  • They go into the second quarter still having to navigate strong cross-currents, but with sentiment buttressed by the ability to shake off these twin shocks.

    Investors Move Onward and Upward

  • This is a fascinating little world of secrets and cross-currents, ideals and betrayals, but his version has none of the intensity AS Byatt gave to her transformation of it in The Children's Book.

    A Man of Parts by David Lodge – review

  • THE OVAL: Obama faces political cross-currents over Afghanistan

    Gates defends new Afghan war strategy

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