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  • The concept of the median grade at a law school not being a B is also a bit of a mindboggler.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Accounting for Lawyers:

  • After reading this article I think I may finally have an answer to that mindboggler - I'm betting it was boots.

    You bet your boots!

  • As a mindboggler, a famous university study showed that sixty-nine disk drive start-up companies got rolling during the heyday of the personal computer, around 1983, each predicting a 5 percent share of the market for itself.

    HIGH TECH START UP

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