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  • This is the man, after all, who first made his name for bringing the phrase "neo-classical endogenous growth theory" into the public realm.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • ■ Posted on the Bank of England's elegant neo-classical wall last week: a planning application.

    Arabs demand new freedoms but the west offers old economic blueprint

  • But I thought Ouroussoff missed the city for the neo-classical columns when towards the end of his article on the Hirschhorn he predicted, “The project could become something Washington has never had: a real democratic forum for the debate of cultural issues as varied as, say, Hollywood morals and the impact of fundamentalism on the arts.”

    New York I Love You, But You’re Bringing Me Down « The Blog at 16th and Q

  • For dining, the hotel restaurant offers a neo-classical Mediterranean menu and views of the Trocadero's vivacious street life; and a bar that looks onto the floodlit Eiffel Tower at night.

    Denise Dennis: See, Stroll and Savor Paris in Spring

  • Inside, the Dokan's, neo-classical furnishings, original art collection, and candelabras with low lighting transported me to another time; and the reception desk staff made me feel like a welcomed guest in their home.

    Denise Dennis: See, Stroll and Savor Paris in Spring

  • "We have a strategy that can lead us to grow over the next five years despite patent losses and drug price cuts," Mr. Jimenez said during an interview in his office, located in a neo-classical building on Novartis's spacious campus in Basel, which is home to some 4,000 researchers and studded with architectural gems such as a cube-like building designed by Frank O. Gehry.

    Pruning Costs For Stronger Growth

  • Its neo-classical facade with four Ionic columns has been viewed as an ornament slapped on a relic from a bygone age, evocative of the silent-film era, newsreels and the velvet-curtained silver screen.

    Designing Brooklyn's Future

  • On the median of the capital's wide, main strip lined with neo-classical buildings and crowded outdoor cafes, there is usually at least one small group holding signs at any hour in the day.

    Tunisia can't get enough of freedom of speech

  • The earliest buildings a few stately neo-classical affairs date back to 1801, when the campus was established as a refuge for "aged, decrepit, and worn-out sailors," in the rather shabby words of the original founder.

    Pamela Newton: Governors Island Is Nice, But Snug Harbor Is Magic

  • Also starring, in all their Technicolor glory, will be the old town's pretty bright blue, orange, pink and purple neo-classical houses set on steep hills, as well as its traditional bars and dusty cafes with ancient waiters.

    On the trail of Hunter S Thompson in Puerto Rico

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