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  • ISS Computer Problems Persist is the next entry in this blog.

    Dawn Spacecraft Slightly Damaged - NASA Watch

  • Right Wing Smears Against Cass Sunstein Persist - Liberal Values - Defending Liberty and Enlightened Thought

    Lying About Cass Sunstein

  • "Persist" (B D B) for sarah is hardly a strong enough term to cover the experience of this night, which had previously been described as a "wrestling."

    Exposition of Genesis: Volume 1

  • That conclusion is detailed in a major new report from Pew's Global Attitudes Project, "Muslim-Western Tensions Persist."

    David Crumm: Christian Terrorist Is Grim News On Eve Of Ramadan And 9/11

  • More Heard on the Street: Europe's Rapidly Shrinking Core Worries Persist on France Mario Monti Seen as Outsider The budget package includes measures to loosen local authorities' control over public-service contracts and liberalize professions.

    Budget Bill Hastens Berlusconi Exit Date

  • In the Markets Olympus Is Likely to Remain Listed Dow Finishes Up 96 Points Heard on the Street: China Finds a New Route to India As Dow Climbs, Worries Persist Investors were also heartened by news the International Monetary Fund is seeking to augment its funding by at least $500 billion, as part of an effort to prevent Europe's debt crisis from spreading to other countries.

    Banks Lead Asia Higher

  • Time columnist Andy Rotherham rebutted this in a recent article entitled, Teach for America: 5 Myths That Persist 20 Years On:

    Whitney Tilson: Rebutting 7 Myths About Teach for America

  • Vacancies Persist at Mall Trade Show Big defections from the shopping-center industry's biggest trade show are increasing rather than abating.

    Setting a Record in New Jersey

  • Time columnist Andy Rotherham rebutted this in a recent article entitled, Teach for America: 5 Myths That Persist 20 Years On:

    Whitney Tilson: Rebutting 7 Myths About Teach for America

  • Stephen Fidler's Feb. 10 column Brussels Beat, "ECB Brings Markets Relief, but Greek Worries Persist" contains the best phrase I've read in a long time: Mr. Fidler's description of European leaders' crisis strategy as a "laser-like focus on muddling through."

    Never Said It Better

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