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  • The most enduring image from the movie is his mile-wide smile.

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  • In particular, they said the insurgents have free movement in a 10 kilometer 6 mile-wide rugged swath between the River Kunar and the frontier.

    Militants battle Pakistan border forces

  • But under the leadership of Taiwanese President Ma Ying-jeou, relations between the longtime rivals have improved substantially, leading to increased tourist arrivals on the island and an explosion of trade and investment on both sides of the 100-mile-wide Taiwan Strait.

    Train overturns in Taiwan, killing at least 5

  • I had a mile-wide smile on my face as I carefully balanced a box of glass cake plates on my hip.

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  • For the record, I am a far-right fiscal conservative with a mile-wide libertarian streak.

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  • I was so moved by his images on the wall: black women in gingham dresses with mile-wide smiles as they held up their voter registration cards; Martin Luther King's widow Coretta Scott King at the funeral of the civil rights leader; images of Negro League players; striking sanitation workers with their "I Am a Man" signs from just weeks before King's assassination.

    Nancy Snow: Whither Ernest Withers?

  • Over the last 12 years as an extreme storm chaser, I've risked my life documenting the most powerful and deadly natural disasters on the planet, including mile-wide F5 tornadoes, softball-sized hail, and over a dozen hurricanes in the U.S. and Caribbean, including the devastating Hurricane Katrina from Slidell, Louisiana.

    Reed Timmer: 'Into The Storm': "Storm Chasers" Reed Timmer's Extreme Weather Adventures(PHOTOS) (VIDEO)

  • Leticia, a shy woman with a mile-wide smile, is from Morelos, the second smallest state in Mexico.

    Nancy Ruhling: Astoria Characters: The Steady Shoe-Shine Man

  • A half-century ago, the main onlookers to the black, mile-wide cloud that came toward Joplin would have been the people in its path.

    Joplin's Tornado

  • There the mile-wide stream divided and subdivided again, -- which was well for water, but not so well for packed ice.

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