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  • Big Fan: Oswalt's participation in "Reins" is minimal, but we're going to see a lot more of him next week when Daniel Graystone (Eric Stoltz) appears on his show in the hopes of shifting the public's vitriol away from Graystone Industries.

    ‘Caprica’ 1.03: ‘The Reins Of A Waterfall’ Recap » MTV Movies Blog

  • The legislation known by the acronym Reins would require Congressional and Presidential approval of all "major regulations," those costing more than $100 million a year.

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  • Like last week's post-pilot premiere, "Reins" is all over the character map, giving us brief glimpses into the assortment of developing events that grew out of the incident.

    ‘Caprica’ 1.03: ‘The Reins Of A Waterfall’ Recap » MTV Movies Blog

  • Is heaven a bureaucracy, as in Reins, where God has lost control of the workload?

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  • Phaeton's Reins, which is one of the best introductory essays on climate change I've read.

    RealClimate

  • Naryshkin has been reported by various publications to have served in foreign intelligence e.g., Radio Free Europe, “Russia: Siloviki Take the Reins in Post-Oligarchy Era,” September 17, 2007.

    The Return

  • More Boehner Takes Reins, Vows Change The document's public prominence was spurred in part by voters who say Democrats overreached in their legislative agenda.

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  • The Budget Deal: What's Known So Far Reins in proposed increases in defense spending, with the Pentagon getting $513 billion in fiscal 2011, up from $508 billion the prior year.

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  • Hanagan, riding Lord Of The Reins, came from the rear and closed into third, with Fair Passion second, a length and three-quarters away.

    Talking Horses

  • Naryshkin has been reported by various publications to have served in foreign intelligence e.g., Radio Free Europe, “Russia: Siloviki Take the Reins in Post-Oligarchy Era,” September 17, 2007.

    The Return

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