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“I expect that there will be even more schools next year reaching the list's standard for inclusion than the 1,735 we had this year.”
“The European Instrument for Democracy and Human Rights, a project of the unelected European Commission, has given six-figure handouts to groups such as the National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty, Witness to Innocence and—the list's largest stateside recipient—€708,162 to the poverty-stricken lawyers at the American Bar Association Fund for Justice and Education.”
“Even the list's lowest-paying jobs are paying more than last year.”
“Michael Dell debuted at age 26; 19 years later, he is still among the list's 20 youngest.”
“Heavy-duty trucks dominate the list's top spots, including the $62,375 Ford F-450 King Ranch, $55,145 GMC Sierra Denali 3500HD and $50,645 Ram 3500 Mega Cab Laramie.”
“Administrators of Pink Hill Mafia came down hard against the breach of the list's no-leak ethic.”
“Leonard Saxe, a sociologist appearing in the "demographics" category, praised the list's diversity, both demographically and "more importantly, in level of Jewish identification, engagement with the community and Israel, contribution to society at large.”
“The inclusion of Chelsea Clinton, although she did not convert at her interfaith wedding -- controversially held on a Saturday, the Jewish Sabbath -- contributes to the list's overall optimistic message, he added.”
“Possibly undermining the list's credibility, those same talent handlers could try to artificially boost their own clients' rankings.”
“The list's most sustainable company comes from the oil and gas industry--a counterintuitive pick.”
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