“Protesters of a proposal that would defang public employee unions have called the Capitol the "people's house," and at night the label feels especially apt.”
“But when the song's refrain reaches its fifth go-round, the title feels appropriate.”
“Still, for some MommyBloggers, the term feels like a branding noose detracting from how they would like to be perceived as writers.”
“The British government says all have come from and were returned to the northern, Kurdish-controlled area of Iraq, which Britain feels is sufficiently stable.”
“Still, if the term feels freighted, you can always think of it in the way physicists use it when they talk about the 'evolution' of a system--a series of state changes over time where prior states influence future ones.”
“The word feels foreign on my tongue, as foreign as the maps spread over the dining room table, the sword propped in the corner of my drawing room.”
“But in this case, given the enormity of the nation's health insurance problem, the word feels fair enough.”
“The title feels like it really needed an extra few months of development time, but in its current form, it's not a bad way to spend a buck or three.”
“Sure, it's not as easy as having someone sign a check for you, but i bet the rewards are just as great for a lot of independent bands who get to release the music THEY want to release rather than what the label feels is 'marketable' or 'trending' right now.”
“Sure would like to see Edwards run with Obama but if not .... then anyone Obama feels is appropriate is ok with me ..... as long as it is NOT Hillary!”
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