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  • The conference, titled Scarce Water, Rising Water: Between Draughts and Flooding -- Arab Policies to Meet Environmental Challenges, will address challenges ranging from rising sea levels to desertification, with a warning that the next regional wars will likely be over water resources.

    EcoEarth.Info Environment RSS Newsfeed

  • One thing to note here — Tagaris consistently praises the efforts of volunteer Lamont supporters during the campaign, especially "Scarce," CTBob, CTBlog, Aldon Hynes, and "Spazeboy," who "all set the standard for how campaigns will use viral video during this election cycle.

    The Original YouTube Candidate?

  • Scarce land, scarce resources, scarce oil to propel our growing affinity for larger and larger vehicles.

    Bob Sellers: For Baby Boomers, A Defining Moment

  • Voters were asked: Scarce law enforcement and prison resources, a desire to neutralize drug cartels and the need for new sources of revenue have resurrected the topic of legalizing marijuana.

    Boing Boing

  • "Rule #2: Waste What's Abundant to Make Up For What's Scarce" is a bit of a mind-bender at first, given society's intense focus on preserving, recycling and sustaining.

    Rules For Radicals

  • Scarce bottles from Dunville's Belfast distillery, closed since 1935, retail for £1,000 even though the contents are said to be unrewarding.

    How Risky is Whisky?

  • Numbers Guy blog: In Implant Controversy, Sure Numbers Are Scarce Also, despite the use of "rupture" to describe implant failure—connoting a violent break—it is often asymptomatic.

    Breast-Implant Risk Is Still an Open Question

  • In Flanders Fields By: Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae, MD (1872-1918) Canadian Army In Flanders Fields the poppies blow Between the crosses row on row, That mark our place; and in the sky The larks, still bravely singing, fly Scarce heard amid the guns below.

    2009 November 09 « Third Point of Singularity

  • Problem: Scarce financial aid dollars are used to promote institutional marketing and prestige rather than to primarily serve low-income students.

    Fixing higher ed: Lumina's Jamie Merisotis

  • Scarce jobs and corporate belt-tightening have made this a pretty important time to really shine at a new job.

    How Do You Put Your Best Foot Forward At A New Job? | Lifehacker Australia

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