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  • In addition to the series, Michael recently shot an indie thriller film entitled Restive in Crawford, Texas with first time writer/director Jeremiah Jones, starring alongside Marianna Palka, Ivan Sandomire, and

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  • A BBC 'the natives are restive' report: "Restive Chinese city under curfew"

    OPEN THREAD

  • A Restive Region: Map More photos and interactive graphics The rise of terrorism has come into focus in the wake of a series of attacks in the Philippines, southern Thailand and, most recently, the suicide bombing here July 17 on the JW Marriott and Ritz-Carlton hotels that killed nine people including the two bombers.

    Hidden Links Bolster Southeast Asian Militants

  • Restive backbenchers in his Labour Party are threatening to revolt.

    Hope Of The World

  • Restive shareholders, emboldened regulators and demoralized workers -- together they're enough to make Michael Moore look like a pussycat.

    The Ceo's Challenge

  • Restive bottlers were starting to sell “flavors” such as orange and grape alongside their colas to help profits.

    THE REAL PEPSI CHALLENGE

  • Restive union members are keeping their skills exercised.

    Strike Price

  • Restive is the word used often to describe this city, but certainly not today, and certainly not over the last couple of days.

    CNN Transcript Oct 20, 2006

  • Restive and irritable, he growled at their slowness, but made no move to help them.

    The Pride of Hannah Wade

  • Restive and irritable, he growled at their slowness, but made no move to help them.

    The Pride of Hannah Wade

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