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“One by one I've exhausted the modes: hedonism, asceticism, spontaneity, refl ection, everything from miserable Socrates to the happy pig.”
“Tom Pennington/Getty Images Republican Senator-elect Rand Paul, left, his wife Kelley, center, and son Will waved to supporters at an el ection night party in Bowling Green, Ky.”
“Initially, the rate hike may well lead to a corr ection in emerging market assets, commodities and equities, and provide temporary support for the U.S. dollar as well as Treasurys," the bank said.”
“The whole thing is reminiscent of Edward Abbey's re ﬂ ection that "growth for the sake of growth is the philosophy of the cancer cell.”
“The work, which captures the spirit of Romantic Vienna, will be performed during the Nov. 8 concert, along with a coll ection of waltzes by Chopin and Ravel.”
“In her victory speech on el ection night, surrounded by male aides at a hotel stage in Brazil's capital, Ms. Rousseff vowed to focus on continued progress for Brazilian women.”
“Their chief objective entailed the protection of the health, sanity and vitality of Australian art from the madness of Europe.”
“Despite this, I do accept that the Libdmes (given that they did not want a independence referedum election pre-ection) are not part of the government, therefore are perfectly entitled to vote against having a referendum - indeed this is thier official party policy.”
“The room resembled an installation in a vacuous art gallery, the re? ection of the ceiling bulb on the wood? oor intended to signify the false surface of existence, the felled suitcases embodying the transitory nature of life — or more speci? cally, the life of the subject, shrimped up in the corner against a bare, mispainted wall.”
“As I rummaged through my morning paper I eventually reached the business ection.”
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