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“She has long included gay imagery in her videos as part of her armoury: Telephone included a make-out scene with Beyoncé, while Steven Klein's nine-minute epic for Alejandro fused homoerotic, horror and religious imagery.”
“Consider recent news accounts that Giffords, as part of her therapy, has been singing songs, including Don McLean's nine-minute rock classic American Pie.”
“A nearly nine-minute video released Sunday by the Pakistani Taliban group Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan features a statement from a speaker claiming to be leader Hakimullah Mehsud - his first appearance since reports of his death in a drone strike - warning of imminent attacks on major American cities, according to IntelCenter, a think tank that specializes in tracking terrorist groups.”
“And his nine-minute sketch of Mr. McCord produced a vivid likeness.”
“Four riders — Bartosz Huzarski, Mauro Facci, Sergei Klimov and Vladimir Isaichev — broke away at the start and gained a nine-minute lead after only 15 miles.”
“The nine-minute film's brisk edits and sophisticated jazz score pace a fantasia about a man in a hospital bed reflecting on life.”
“The subject line is inspired by this nine-minute trailer for the AMC remake of The Prisoner, which will air in November.”
“Vigo's next film, his first with sound, was the nine-minute "Taris" 1931, an industrial commission that in lesser hands might have been nothing more than a swimming primer.”
“You can find the rest of the movie in nine-minute chunks here.”
“The title number in "Anything Goes" is a nine-minute musical-theater marathon including a tap-dancing Sutton Foster singing about how good's bad today and black's white today and day's night today.”
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