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  • Hitler slapped a new label on long-existing hatred but he did not invent it.

    Berlinski's Wisdom

  • With a long-existing pattern of social and professional discrimination against Mustached Americans, AMI behavioral economists sought to better understand which top-performing metropolitan areas provide the most nourishing opportunities and livable communities for people of Mustached American descent.

    Dr. Abraham Froman: AMI Seeks to Reward American Cities Embracing Mustached American Culture

  • This is why it gets so silly for U.S. liberals to keep using the term “Likud” to describe the long-existing hawk consensus in Israel.

    Matthew Yglesias » Bibi Courting Rightwing Bloggers

  • It might even mean reconsidering the long-existing strategy of guaranteeing progressive votes to all and any Democrats on every Election Day to avoid worse horrors.

    Bernard Weisberger: Onward Wisconsin

  • It quickly became clear to her that this anger was not a temporary function of seeing the sleeping man, but the delayed manifestation of a much more profound and long-existing anger that she had kept buried deep in her soul for a very long time.

    Boing Boing

  • I wanted to avoid being caught in the long-existing rivalry between the Rockefeller moderates and Goldwater conservatives.

    COURAGE AND CONSEQUENCE

  • He took pains to point out that most of the present roads in California, like roads everywhere in the world, were laid out to follow long-existing paths and trails, which had probably been traveled upon for centuries.

    In The Shadow of The Cypress

  • Buchanan failed to deal well with long-existing tensions in the US.

    Matthew Yglesias » Here All Week

  • This should be done not for the advancement of those candidacies but for the future of this country that the current Democratic and Republican presidential nominees seem to be inconsiderate of preferring to offer shortsighted answers to long-existing and rather complex problems.

    Printing: Growing the Green Party is an Imperative: A Referendum on the Democratic Party in 2008

  • I've heard he's talking of changing the long-existing rules, which include certain exemptions, and making any gain taxable.

    Obama's Position on Capital-Gains Tax

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