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  • They got their in'struction's in seconds and began to hit the coordinates.

    Chickenhawk

  • Holman said the two con-struction crews working on the project did so efficiently and worked almost 24 hours a day during the past three weeks.

    Utah's Cedar City airport reopens after runway project

  • Caterpillar, the world's largest producer of con struction equipment by sales, announced the purchase of mining equipment company Bucyrus International Inc.

    Caterpillar to Open Mining Equipment Plant in Thailand

  • Social media is an umbrella term that defines the various activities that integrate technology, social interaction, and the con - struction of words, pictures, videos and audio.

    Sui Generis--a New York law blog:

  • After graduation he was employed in railway con­struction.

    Carlo Catani: planning Melbourne's foreshores

  • Like what if the North Korean leader suddenly didn't control those weapons of mass de struction?

    Looking Past Mr. Kim

  • Or consider, Frum says, the debasement of universities, where gay studies, courses on the novels of Louis L'Amour and the frivolities of decon-struction proliferate.

    Up From Geniality

  • “Weapons of Mass Dance-struction.” noelle kauffman

    Beat 360° 10/15/08

  • “Breast Reconstruction.” www.medicinenet.com/breast_recon struction/article.htm.

    The 10 Best Questions

  • Hell, the reason I like the term infernokrusher is that as a movement it revels in its own de (con) struction, it's about romping wildly across all territorial boundaries rather than defining a niche, carving out a territory within or between existing genres.

    Archive 2006-09-01

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