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  • The center is trying to boost registration of what it calls the "Rising American Electorate" RAE, which consists of unmarried women and voters under 30 years of age, plus blacks and Latinos.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • A recent poll by Stan Greenberg of what he calls the Rising American

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • Morris agreed, and they dubbed the label Rising Tide in tribute to Shawshank’s concluding scene.

    Fortune’s Fool

  • Morris agreed, and they dubbed the label Rising Tide in tribute to Shawshank’s concluding scene.

    Fortune’s Fool

  • Morris agreed, and they dubbed the label Rising Tide in tribute to Shawshank’s concluding scene.

    Fortune’s Fool

  • Morris agreed, and they dubbed the label Rising Tide in tribute to Shawshank’s concluding scene.

    Fortune’s Fool

  • Rising from the ashes: Talebones the annual anthology. [via Vera Nazarian]

    June 2009

  • Rising from the home valley, passing through cultivated fields and wooded knolls, they took a road busy with many wagons hauling road-dressing from the rock-crusher they could hear growling and crunching higher up.

    CHAPTER XXV

  • The signed hardcover of Clickers III: Dagon Rising is up for pre-order.

    Pre-Order CLICKERS III: DAGON RISING – Brian Keene

  • Rising from the dead after three days would be an example.

    Bradley Monton's Paper criticizing Dover Decision

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