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“But the real winner of the Boldest Political Tactic was the reason why people occupied Madison, Wisconsin in the first place -- the coordinated attack by newly-minted Republican governors across the land on public-sector Labor.”
“What running a company would do is give early-stage VC's a benchmark for reality, something most newly-minted partners sorely lack.”
“After it was revealed on Friday that she had designed not one, but two wedding gowns for the newly-minted Duchess Catherine, the British designer ascended the steps of the Metropolitan Museum on Monday night in her own bridal-like sheath to pay tribute to McQueen, the designer behind the eponymous label she now runs.”
“Bev Godwin - the General Services Administration loaned Bev to the White House for a period in 2009 - 2010, but she has since returned and is the Director of the newly-minted Office of New Media and Citizen Engagement.”
“Too many newly-minted, inexperienced lawyers were compelled to set up shop on their own or in conjunction with others in the same boat.”
“In this go-round, a pair of would-be bodyguards – the dapper and erudite William (Vincent De Paul) and the slovenly, rude Butch (Fabrice Uzan) – are hired by Charlie (Dennis Kinard) a newly-minted mega-lottery winner.”
“On MNSBC's Morning Joe, sidekick Willie Geist was making a run at grilling consumer advocate Elizabeth Warren about her newly-minted campaign for Senate.”
“The Ivory Coast, also not a state party to the ICC, was self-referred by the newly-minted President Alassane Ouattara, who wrote a letter to the ICC dated December 14, 2010, less than a month after he won highly-disputed elections, 6 months before a May 2011 high court decision confirmed his presidency, and nearly 7 months before he actually took the reigns of the country at the end of a destructive civil war.”
“Later the newly-minted young magnate has a painful falling out with Facebook's original business manager, Eduardo Saverin: he's played with great subtlety and rueful charm by Andrew Garfield, who'll be seen as Peter Parker in the next "Spider-Man.”
“And here's newly-minted Senator Pamela Wallin, formerly a member, like her colleague Mike Duffy, of the allegedly liberal corporate media:”
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