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“A number of seafood-centric writers and scientists including Paul Greenberg, Mark Kurlansky, Carl Safina and others recently gathered along with an almost hundred-strong audience in the cozy 19th-century confines of New York's South Street Seaport Museum to tackle a not-so-common question: Can New York seafood be local again?”
“A number of seafood-centric writers and scientists recently gathered to tackle a not-so-common question: Can New York seafood be local again?”
“Now scientists are starting to put some not-so-common names to the hundreds of viruses that make people cough, sneeze, wheeze and worse.”
“Specs-wise, it has the usual features - 2.86 lbs, 263 x 185 x 19.6-27mm, 10 1024x600 backlit LED, Atom N270/Intel 945GSE, 83 key keyboard, WiFi, 1.3MP wecam, dual 1.5W speakers, and a not-so-common 34mm PCI-E slot.”
“This story has everything, from a torrid love triangle to good ol' blood and guts, all while helping readers identify common and not-so-common mistakes in their own writing.”
“Chamomile, of course a well-known cure for the common stress or the not-so-common stress of being the first woman to run a tight race for the Democratic presidential nomination, seemed a delicately floral complement.”
“If you arent one of the six, its going to fall to you to persuade the others to see the not-so-common sense of capitalizing on strengths.”
“Terrorists are common (and not-so-common) criminals, and should be treated as such — not dignified by placing them up on a level equivalent to that of a nation.”
“This story is unusual in that it is Bishop as the not-so-common storyteller.”
“Chandra Padmanabhan's second book first is Dakshin - Southern Spice has some not-so-common South Indian recipes.”
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