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  • Last week, by unanimous vote, the six-person city council agreed to let Ghost Hunters of Southern Tennessee -- G.H.O.S.T. Paranormal -- show footage caught during a night spent inside the city-owned building.

    Town Calls In Ghost Hunters To Raise Money

  • Meanwhile, Sen. Jerry Moran R, Kan. has filed an amendment that would replace the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau—a centerpiece of Dodd-Frank that would have broad powers over the financial industry—with a six-person board.

    GOP Senators Weigh Fresh Angles to Rein In Dodd-Frank

  • If Mr. Draghi does get the ECB post, France has already asked for something in return: Italy's backing for a French official to sit on the ECB's six-person Frankfurt-based executive board when Mr. Trichet retires.

    Paris Backs Italy's Draghi as Europe's Central Banker

  • Endeavour and its six-person crew are to deliver a $2 billion scientific instrument to the International Space Station.

    US Space Shuttle Will Not Launch Monday

  • Last summer, on an Italian train, I sat in a six-person compartment with an ethnic Chinese couple long resident in Italy, a university student, a priest and a woman of a certain age who spent most of the time on her cellphone.

    A Lyric, Elegiac Lament for a Lost World

  • At the time, however, the French leader made it clear that he was linking his support for Mr. Draghi to making Mr. Bini Smaghi's post on the ECB's six-person executive board available to a French official.

    Italy Tries to Tweak Europe Central Bank Board

  • The majority on the six-person rate-setting board also forecast a rate of 3.8% in the third quarter of 2014.

    Sweden Raises Interest Rates

  • No other candidate in the six-person field received double digit support.

    Rahm Emanuel ruled ineligible for mayor's ballot, vows to fight ruling

  • “He was the smartest guy I talked to in Silicon Valley, and I told my parents I just interviewed with a six-person company that in five or six years was going to be the biggest on the Internet,” he says.

    In the Plex

  • "Everyone agrees that on a six-person board of the European Central Bank, you can't have two members of the same nationality," French President Nicolas Sarkozy said in June.

    Italy's Bank Pick Rattles the ECB

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