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“The dream-team lineup also includes the Vienna Philharmonic and Daniele Gatti, performing the elegiac Ninth, and Amsterdam's Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, led by Fabio Luisi, playing "Das Lied von der Erde.”
“After the Obama administration spent nearly two years using a dream-team liberal majority in Congress to achieve progressive goals, the Republicans in November 2010 pocketed one of the most breathtaking off-year election wins in the past century.”
“Nevertheless, Funny People is shaping up to be a dream-team of a movie with an impressive cast.”
“It hasn't hurt, either, that I read Team of Rivals this spring and learned all about the dream-team cabinet Lincoln assembled from the political foes he beat out for the presidency.”
“Expect a round of Bloomberg-Schwarzenegger presidential "dream-team" stories.”
“The final KEXP sponsored Concert at the Mural for the year took place Saturday, August 23, with what for me was a dream-team pairing of bands.”
“With a design dream-team of Will Bruder, James Carpenter and James Turrell, SMoCA is an exceptional place.”
“Our pastry chef contends that his fantasy job would be an event that celebrated being in the company of his “dream-team” of pastry chefs.”
“Cuomo suggests a permutation of the dream-team scenario, both candidates should pledge right now that the other would be on their ticket.”
“And he talks party unity in a way that gets people rehashing the dream-team scenario.”
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