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  • We can be firm in what we believe but shutting out everyone Else's opinion will make you a very small man.

    Y'all R Wasting Time!

  • Sell Your Products or Someone Else's The best time to increase margins is at the time of sale.

    Marc Ostrofsky: David vs. Goliath: Internet Entrepreneurship vs. Corporate America

  • She has written and published multiple responses to my recent article, "In Someone Else's Words," which I published here on The Huffington Post as well as in The Crimson, in which I criticized Professor Kenneth Goldsmith's theory of "uncreative writing" and his view of literary plagiarism as a legitimate art form.

    Isabel Kaplan: Not in Someone Else's Words

  • The album closer, "Somebody Else's Child," a moving number featuring simple piano chords, begins to suggest there's more to the Vaccines than the fun, hard-charging singles.

    Success With No Incubation Period

  • Joyce, surely it's a case of Somebody Else's Problem?

    the diminishing description

  • As Nancy L. Segal relates in "Someone Else's Twin," her fascinating account of the switched-at-birth misstep and the painful family and legal entanglements that followed much later, an unexpected encounter in a clothing store was the tale's turning point.

    Separated At Birth. Really.

  • Just think of a St. Louis/Rangers party that way: Someone Else's Glory.

    A New Yorker's Guide to the Series

  • On "Someone Else's Bed," she affects her best Dylan imitation for a weird entry into what evolves into another dismal shoutfest.

    Album review: Hole, "Nobody's Daughter"

  • She introduced "Someone Else's Bed" as a "deeply emotional song" and spent the first 30 seconds of it instructing Lisa where to situate herself to get the best angle of Love giving it her faux-heartfelt best.

    Courtney Love leads Hole through disastrous 9:30 club concert

  • Previously on Data Stories, Haley was unable to stand in the way of Jill's addiction to Somewhere Else's BLT, despite her own belief that they lunched too often at that restaurant.

    SFX Documentation

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