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  • In 1998, Time magazine named The Simpsons the century's best television series, and in 2008 it was awarded the title of Empire's greatest television show of all time.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • As for "Romulan"—After first hearing the word in Federation Basic, rather than by universal translator, Ael had become curious to understand the name the Empire's old foes had given her world, and had done some research into it.

    My Enemy My Ally

  • It is a primary export, despatched to ....when all is said and done... sustain US power, fight the Empire's enemies in the muslim world, celebrate enslavement, whether it be that of women, poor people or non-believers.

    At last, Islam's appeasers may be on the run | Nick Cohen

  • HBO will have most of its eggs in Boardwalk Empire's prestigious basket — which arguably has the best chance of dethroning Mad Men — but we'll back dark horse Thrones.

    Emmys: TVGuide.com's Picks for Best Drama Series

  • You must know that the Zezimas and the Windsors have had a chilly relationship since the Revolution, when an ancestor of mine, John Quincy Zezima, a columnist for the Colonial Advocate, wrote an investigative piece exposing King George's war plans, thus leading to the Empire's defeat.

    Jerry Zezima: "The Weddings of the Century"

  • Walter Jon Williams is the author of over 25 novels (including the Hardwired series, the Dread Empire's Fall series, Voice Of The Whirlwind, and Implied Spaces) and numerous short stories.

    MIND MELD: SF/F Books That Would Make A Great TV Series

  • Empire's parent, the Manhattan Institute for Policy Research is "shaping American political culture and developing ideas that foster economic choice and individual responsibility."

    Dave Johnson: Discover The Network Out To Crush Our Public Workers

  • In the 17th century, it was the scourge of Europe, conquering about half of the Holy Roman Empire's states.

    Optimists Were Wrong About the Arab Spring

  • The same can be said of the Empire's construction of railways and other massive infrastructure projects in India.

    India, Still the Brightest Jewel

  • "A Savage Empire's" central thesis, that fur fueled nation-shaping conflict, becomes weaker with subsequent wars.

    The Beaver Wars

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