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  • (See "The Euro: A Bonfire Of Stupidities.") “The fear is what [the Greek bailout] is doing to the value of their currency, ” Hogan said.

    Forget The Flop Euro Fears Are Really Driving This Market

  • The group’s website dramatically details “The War” against carbon-based technologes and unsustainable resource demands and “the battles” that must be fought.

    Virgin's Branson Tries New Green Tactic

  • The thesis was entitled: “The Economic Role of the Investment Company.

    Actively Managed Mutual Funds Are Obsolete

  •   The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries estimates at least 400 species could be impacted by the oil spill, including a dozen, like the sperm whale, West Indian manatee, and Brown Pelican, that are listed under the Endangered Species Act.  The oil spill is expected to make landfall by this weekend.

    Sarah Chasis: NRDC Calls for a Time-Out on New Offshore Drilling Activities

  • The Democrats may have lost because they weren\'t listening to \'The People.

    Shannyn Moore: Bad News, Good News: Coakley Loses

  • The National Center for Health Statistics findings also show:•The teen birthrate dipped to the lowest rate ever recorded in almost 70 years of data collection to 39.1 births per 1,000 teens ages 15-19, which represents a 6% decline from 2008.

    CDC: Birthrates decline overall

  • The agreement also extends several tax breaks designed to reduce the cost of paying for college, including: •The American Opportunity Credit, which is designed to offset the cost of college.

    What does the tax deal mean to you?

  • The Grammarphobia Blog » Blog Archive » ­­The fingerprints of history­

    The Grammarphobia Blog » Blog Archive » ­­The fingerprints of history­

  • The swiveling head turned at a ninety-degree angle, creating an indoor breeze that cooled everything from the Franklin stove and the bookcase along the left wall to the couch where Billy lay watching _The Flintstones_.

    Baby Games

  • The effects of a young mother's murder in a small English beach town on her family and their closest friends is explored in an anti-detective story, that is, one like Diane Johnson's _The Shadow Knows_ (1974) that uses mystery trappings without delivering all the elements the genre reader expects.

    The Devil's Bedpost

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