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  • The result are two "cheap chic hotel chains," namely Aloft and Element.

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  • His novels -- the others are "A Gesture Life" and "Aloft" -- have won numerous prizes including the Hemingway Foundation/PEN Award, the American Book Award, the Anisfield-Wolf Literary Award, the Gustavus Myers Outstanding Book Award and the New Atlantic Independent Booksellers Association Book Award for Fiction.

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  • Whoever comes out ahead when the winner is announced on Wednesday, it defies logic to think that five such similar books just happen to be the best of the year—a year in which Philip Roth's chilling historical fantasy "The Plot Against America" and Chang-rae Lee's understated story of a suburban man's life, "Aloft," deserved their extravagant critical praise.

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  • Whoever comes out ahead when the winner is announced on Wednesday, it defies logic to think that five such similar books just happen to be the best of the year—a year in which Philip Roth's chilling historical fantasy "The Plot Against America" and Chang-rae Lee's understated story of a suburban man's life, "Aloft," deserved their extravagant critical praise.

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  • Huddleston was from the 74th Aviation Company "Aloft", a recon aircraft company from the 145th Aviation Battalion.

    Huddleston, Lynn R.

  • Hodding Carter coined the quote for "Aloft," Emily Dickinson's poetry is found on the sides of "The Rose" and Albert Einstein had some great ideas while riding his bicycle.

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  • For example, Houston's depiction of fluttering birds titled "Aloft" reads, "To our children we give two things - one is roots, the other wings."

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  • Hodding Carter coined the quote for "Aloft," Emily Dickinson's poetry is found on the sides of "The Rose" and Albert Einstein had some great ideas while riding his bicycle.

    Summit Daily News - Top Stories

  • For example, Houston's depiction of fluttering birds titled "Aloft" reads, "To our children we give two things - one is roots, the other wings."

    Summit Daily News - Top Stories

  • But I was even more impressed with the way Bennett relates driving to flying, as in "Aloft," where a fragment of memory about a blackbird falling out of the sky is interwoven with a story about her mother being afraid that she would forget how to play the organ until she got to church, and the narrator herself confessing that driving was always like that for her - and that in some way it helped her to remember how to be human.

    Via Negativa

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