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  • One clear implication is that diversity efforts focused merely on recruiting entry-level employees from a broad spectrum of ethnic, nationality and class backgrounds--what Laura Liswood, a senior adviser to Goldman Sachs, called the "Noah's Ark approach"--are destined to fail.

    The New Face Of Workplace Discrimination

  • Deciding he wanted to help his grandmother out, he posted a message on a site called Noah's Dream Catcher Network asking for the $10,000 needed to catch up on her payments.

    Breaking News: CBS News

  • That means that Texas would have to agree to equal revenue sharing and the so-called "Noah's Ark" regional television networks.

    NYT > Home Page

  • This would meet the so-called Noah's Ark model of the Pac-12, as each program - Oregon and Oregon State, for example - would have a partner for both travel and a regional television network.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Also Monday, the Human Rights Campaign called Noah's use of the slur "just plain unacceptable."

    chron.com Chronicle

  • Also Monday, the Human Rights Campaign called Noah's use of the slur just plain unacceptable.

    KansasCity.com: Front Page

  • Keep telling yourselves that there was no room for the dinosaurs on Noah's ark.

    2012 on the ballot at conservative conference

  • Among the works: a representation of Noah's Ark and a bronze of the biblical story of Jacob wrestling with an angel.

    Artist sees opportunity in theft of sculptures from Bethesda museum

  • It's the Noah's ark of consumer video cameras — there's two of everything.

    Postcards From Geekopolis

  • The evangelical Christians behind Kentucky's Creation Museum remain major skeptics of global warming -- but they're nonetheless eager to build their Noah's Ark replica to green building standards now in fashion, reports Philip Kennicott: Because God doesn't want them to be wasteful.

    Read this: Vince Gray's college days; evangelicals go green; Ed Asner and Betty White

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