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“The result is that attending The Nutcracker has become more a part of the civil religion of Christmas thanthe artistic experience for which ballet at its best can become.”
“We believe that Canadians should not lose control over their works because they fail to sign up in a registry in another country; and, further, that the opt-out (rather thanthe time-honoured opt-in) clauseserves to co-opt many copyright holders who do not have the the time or inclination to study this complicated settlement.”
“More interested in seeing what Massive Attack and Craig Armstrong can do thanthe generic unmemorable period music they might have done otherwise.”
“The Orbit G2 (left) has updated labeling on boththe base and seat with more information thanthe original Orbit (right) to better inform users.”
“I know that my acclimated ears heard more of the last three songs thanthe first three, for sure.”
“Although Heller did not articulate a formal standard of review, Heller at least stands for the proposition thattheSecond Amendment right is protected by more thanthe mere rational basis test.”
“In any case, I'd rather see the interesting faults of an ambitious film rather thanthe dull perfections of a cookie-cutter toss-off.”
“NitPicker1, would you send me a message if it goes just to you rather thanthe group.”
“Nah, not when the population of heterosexuals in the study sample are almost50% higher thanthe sample size of homosexuals in the study.”
“Office of Surface Miningfoundthat the vast majority of so-called reclaimed mining sites in West Virginia were left much lower in elevation thanthe original mountains.”
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