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“Worn copies of the 1979 Book of Common Prayer rest in the pew backs, and the worshippers keep up with the flow of the Mass by juggling a hymnal, the printed order of service, and its one-page liturgical insert, which contains the canonical readings of the day.”
“These teams tackled the task from different angles, Mr. Beckerman said, but all their work was measured against a one-page mission statement boiled down from the preparatory workshops with AT&T.”
“St. Eve signed a one-page order this week that would serve as his new ID, enabling him to travel by air within the continental U.S.”
“Unlocking broadcast spectrum to immediate wireless use would take a one-page order and would lead to countless new jobs for American workers and better wireless services for consumers.”
“McDowell and Baker tried to qualify away their support in their brief, five-paragraph, one-page statement, calling the merger conditions generally "excessively coercive and lengthy," among other adjectives.”
“In August candidates submit forms to the AALS that summarize their experience in an ugly and not terribly useful one-page form, and, increasingly, a fuller uploaded c.v. From these, hiring committees can request copies of writings and check out references.”
“For the rest of the test, students read three one-page passages and a poem and answer questions about the content.”
“David also used his technical writing skills to create a series of one-page Quick Guides to help get new crews up to speed quickly on the hab's systems and to offer fast, focused answers to their questions when things go wrong.”
“Are you gonna impose a minimum page count so that you don't get a bunch of one-page microstories?”
“Answering the 10 questions that make up your one-page 2012 plan”
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