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“He compared himself to Mr. Rabin who, he reminded the aud ience, returned to a second stint as prime minister and concluded a historic peace deal.”
“But after Mr. Ault and other labor officials won an aud ience with senior White House officials on Sept. 9, the campaign to save Avondale gained steam.”
“Everything about this building's interior is the physical embodiment of the elevation of the arts, culture, and the social order; to experience this first-hand is to be transported out of oneself and into a higher plane.”
“The loss of craftsmanship in art was directly due to the downgrading of drawing, something that demanded discipline, patience, hand-eye skill.”
“Fine and S. Goldstein (eds.), Bohmian Mechanics and Quantum Mechanics: An Appraisal (Boston S.udies in the Philosophy of S.ience, Vol. 184),”
““U.S. S.ience Budget: Caught in a S.ueeze Between Tax Cuts and Military S.ending,” S.ience, 30:”
“The next U.S. Mars rover mission is the $2 billion Mars S.ience Laboratory scheduled for launch in 2001.”
“*Whistuling and wild apple sauce frum deh awed ience.”
“Freedom allowed them to experience everything for the first time.”
““A Theory of Therapy, Personality, and Interpersonal Relations, as Developed in the Client-Centered Framework,” ed.S. Koch, Psychology: A S.udy of a S.ience, vol. 3, 184-256.”
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