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“The data is meticulous and well-researched, and both shocking and disturbing.”
“We benefit from well-researched, carefully edited pieces, and they have an opportunity to speak to a larger audience.”
“Finlay (The Prodigal Troll) provides enough well-researched minutiae of daily life in colonial America to make this a fine historical novel, while offering a magic-tinged view of the happenings at Lexington, Concord and Bunker Hill that impressively restores suspense and uncertainty to long-settled events.”
“All of her books are well-researched, well-written and just good stories!”
“This green Ekokook kitchen by Faltazi design is one of the most well-researched culinary concepts we have seen.”
“I love the well-researched, in-depth articles that he writes there - looking forward to his stuff on SF Signal.”
“Miles Harvey is a writer for Outside magazine and it was quite some time age that he was given the assignment to write a well-researched article on cartographic crime.”
“That we have any decent, well-researched, replicable idea of how to actually structure merit pay.”
“Mr. STEWART: I think Maddow is - she's doing a terrific job at presenting the liberal point of view from a well-researched position.”
“But here are three lessons for New York State officials, which flow directly from the Times’ well-researched three-part investigation: Lesson #1 – Take your time to get this right, New York State.”
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