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  • proper n. town in the district of Aurich, in Lower Saxony, Germany.

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Examples

  • I Bleed Light written and drawn by Edward R. Norden is the second installment of poetry, this time with a more emphasis on the art.

    Murky Depths: Issue One Review | SciFi UK Review

  • NORRIS: Lawrence Norden is a senior counsel at the Brennan Center for Justice at New York University.

    The Current State Of Voting Machines

  • Lawrence Norden is a senior counsel for the Brennan Center for Justice at New York University.

    The Current State Of Voting Machines

  • The Norden was a small gyro-controlled computer and was so cosmic secret it was loaded on the plane before a mission by armed guard and unloaded the same way afterward.

    American Connections

  • The counterman called Norden by name; they found a booth, ordered coffee.

    The Night Crew

  • For a moment he wondered if he should call Norden, then thought better of it.

    The Sands of Mars

  • "Listen, Johnnie," said Hilton (he was the only one who called Norden by his first name; to the rest of the crew he was always "Skipper").

    The Sands of Mars

  • Publica - tions on Egypt, such as Norden's Egypt (1741), were few and not very influential.

    NEO-CLASSICISM IN ART

  • You don't have to read Catch-22 to know that, on bombing runs, nothing ever really went as planned, but the Norden was the closest they had to AI back in WWII, and there's a reason it was said to "put a bomb in a pickle barrel from

    Gizmodo

  • Larry Norden, a scholar of voting technology at New York University's law school, finds it implausible that the same federal government that monitors consumer goods like baby powder and automobiles is asking us to blindly trust e-voting machines.

    Dan Rather: Digital Democracy in Doubt

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