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  • He fights hard; he has been called "Harper's pit bull."

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  • "The prime minister and his team did such a poor job relationship-building in China for the first few years of the Harper government," she said, calling Harper's early efforts "botched diplomacy."

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  • At the same time, Sydney Brooks, writing in America, in Harper's Weekly, said: ` You will not hear the socialists mentioned in Washington.

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  • As with Ahab and Ishmael, we encounter John Brown through the entranced observations of Owen, and, like Ishmael, Owen is essentially the last man standing (in Ishmael's case, swimming), surviving the raid on Harper's Ferry to, eventually, tell us the tale of what led up to this singular event.

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  • The designer's color palette is much remarked on: his use of turquoise and yellow, bullring red, a shade of cinnamon called "Balenciaga Brown" and a black so black, according to Harper's Bazaar in 1938, "it hits you like a blow."

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  • She graced the pages of Town & Country, Harper's Bazaar and Vogue throughout the 1950s and '60s.

    An Icon Uncovered

  • A lot of chic people gave up the Thursday evening before their holiday weekend for this event: Anna Wintour and a few of her staff from Vogue; Stefano Tonchi of W Magazine; Carine Roitfeld, formerly of French Vogue; Tamara Mellon of Jimmy Choo; Stephen Gan of Visionaire and Harper's Bazaar.

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  • The book is a reprint of her 1944 essay that first appeared in Harper's Bazaar.

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  • I cannot help but recall Prime Minister Stephen Harper's description of Israel's destruction of Lebanon in 2006 as "a measured response" to a border skirmish.

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  • Harper's continuing assault on democracy is by now too obvious for anyone to ignore.

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