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“And she finds Empire Games in her notes from the interview with Susan (… sold all the stock except Empire Games …) and in the news story (… he's on the board of directors of a Spokane high-tech company called Empire Games …).”
“I was listening and heard that question raised by other logic-obsessed colleagues in the news business: shouldn’t the opposite of enfranchise be disfranchise, which the Merriam-Webster dictionary likes, and not the unnecessarily longer disenfranchise?”
“The movement had a really gut sense of what it took to get in the news and stay in the news," said Gene Roberts, a North Carolina native who covered civil rights for The New York Times.”
“More than reports in the news about head-scarf girls in Turkey or France, this book raised for him the issue of human rights for Muslim girls and women.”
“This was hard fate for an officer who had remained conspicuous in the news throughout the ten months since the action at Big Bethel.”
“These were older centaurs, unaggressive, interested in the news of the day.”
“I’m mystified when I hear of Christians applauding the murder of an abortion doctor or when I read in the news about another Christian-perpetrated bombing of an abortion clinic or when another David Koresh-like cult leader drags church folk away into deception and death.3”
“He sought to put Augusta's son at ease by mentioning a certain Manhattan crime that had been so much in the news at Christmastime that even the San Francisco papers had picked up on it.”
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