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  • The spill-over from the Horseshoe Bar, Siobhan knew—and as incongruous as they looked, she also knew it was ever thus on match days.

    The Priest

  • The Canadian and American economies' high level of interconnectivity means that developments on one side of the border will have spill-over effects across the border.

    Nicholas Ostroy: Economic Recovery From the North

  • This "spill-over" effect of games means that young people who identify strongly as gamers have real-world talents and strengths that will indoubtedly serve the well in the future -- if they understand that these are real skills and abilities, not just virtual ones.

    Video Games: An Hour A Day Is Key To Success In Life

  • Mr. Carney said European authorities could reduce the spill-over of deleveraging by having their banks meet at least part of the new requirements through private capital, including so-called contingent capital, an idea championed by Canada.

    Global Liquidity 'on the Cusp' of Drying Up

  • That same operative made the case that there would be good spill-over news coverage in neighboring Pennsylvania, where Rep. Joe Sestak (D-Penn) is hoping to make inroads in his own Senate race.

    Obama, Biden To Go To Delaware, Aiming To Make O'Donnell Face Of The Tea Party

  • Silver futures benefited from spill-over buying, as investors unable to afford gold often purchase the gray metal instead.

    Investor Demand for a Safe-Haven Boosts Gold

  • We don't rule out that German household spending will be affected by spill-over effects of the debt crisis.

    German Retail Sales Fall

  • Worse, even if architecting the Internet to make it easy to monitor and trace has most positive effects in free and democratic countries, there is a severe spill-over effect to less-free and less-democratic nations.

    Discourse.net: Internet Governance in Hard Times

  • Frederick Frank, the president of Dr. Konstantin Frank Wine Cellars, said this morning that the loss of a spill-over tasting room to fire does not change day-to-day business.

    Evan Dawson

  • Also, he said, there was spill-over buying after another industrial metal, copper, rose overnight and early Monday following a massive earthquake in Chile.

    Gold Treads Water as Dueling Forces Weigh

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