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“CBSSports. com will formally announce Monday a new "Rapid Reports" feature through which each NFL team will be assigned a beat reporter to file instant one-paragraph reports.”
“Your one-paragraph description of a god you think would exist in this world.”
“CEO Randy Michaels said in a one-paragraph memo sent Friday that chief innovation officer Lee Abrams offered his resignation and he accepted it.”
“Who would have thought that a short one-paragraph post on MomsRising. org about my personal experience with the new healthcare reform act would lead to me meeting President Obama!”
“The latest salvo: a one-paragraph news story in Brown's organ on the appointment of Dominique Strauss-Kahn's wife Anne Sinclair to the post of French editorial director of the Huffington Post.”
“Increasingly, pro reviews seem to me like one-paragraph book reports.”
“The index cards work their magic, and it all seems so much more manageable written out in one-paragraph chunks.”
“Loughner's attorneys appealed to the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco in a one-paragraph filing.”
“Each chapter starts with a one-paragraph flash-foreward of what is happening in the chapter, and, each time, by the time you get to the foreshadowed scene, things are a lot different (and a LOT weirder) than you thought.”
“This one-paragraph document was between two brothers, empowering one to act on the other's behalf with respect to the business property left to them by their father.”
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