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  • And what it shows is that you end up slashing a lot of highway funding, a lot of much-beloved tax expenditures, the NIH and, well, pretty much everything else.

    There's no such thing as easy spending cuts

  • Players Propose a Ballesteros Tribute A growing number of European Tour pros are clamoring to create a new logo honoring the much-beloved Seve Ballesteros, who died of cancer May 7.

    Players Propose a Ballesteros Tribute

  • The much-beloved morgue underling, endearingly played by Brian Dietzen, figured prominently in the top-rated drama's Christmas episode.

    Cheers & Jeers: NCIS' Very Jimmy Christmas

  • Their much-beloved club night Go Bang! has been on hiatus since June, but returns to a new venue next Friday.

    This week's new clubs

  • When New Hampshire designed the quarter commemorating their state, they chose to venerate a much-beloved rock formation on Cannon Mountain that once o...

    Ron Paul, John Sununu Lend New Hampshire Primary Coverage Crotchety Excitement

  • In the backup story, the much-beloved Agents of Atlas find that Venus has been manipulated by her godly namesake into working for her evil former master, the Phorcys, again and we end with Venus seemingly willing to slaughter thousands of innocents to save her boss.

    Review: Rapid-Fire Review | Major Spoilers - Comic Book Reviews and News

  • Bo Whoop is an HE grade Super Fox made in 1927 as a long-range duck gun for Buckingham, who, along with being a much-beloved outdoor writer, was a famous waterfowl shot.

    Uncategorized Blog Posts

  • And, greatest apostasy of all, the new car will have electric-assisted power steering, replacing the 911's much-beloved, nigh-perfect hydraulic system.

    The Porsche 911's Last Hurrah...For Now

  • Thus culture does change, making mincemeat of the much-beloved "Luther to Hitler" line about a bad-news Germany then and evermore.

    Those Reassuringly Dull Germans

  • But as this writer bemoans the loss of standalone bars or theaters to chain stores, I have to say I celebrate the District's native "chains," such as the night spot monopoly run by Ian and Eric Hilton of Thievery Corp. They've been the brainchild behind many much-beloved spots in the city, including 18th Street Lounge, the Gibson, Marvin, and Patty Boom Boom.

    D.C. neighborhood favorite replaced by big chain store

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