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  • Rep. Kevin Brady's bill, the Cut Unsustainable and Top-heavy Spending, or CUTS Act, is the first detailed series of spending proposals introduced in the GOP-controlled House that target government operations and the federal workforce.

    Bill proposes 10 percent cut in federal workforce

  • Rep. Kevin Brady's bill, the Cut Unsustainable and Top-heavy Spending CUTS Act is the first detailed series of spending proposals introduced in the GOP-controlled House that targets government operations and the federal workforce...

    Wonkbook: NCLB reform coming; Boehner opposes new gun laws; John Kerry's speech; oil spill recommendations

  • Top-heavy sunflowers droop, their leaves baked golden by the August sun.

    Crossing the Tracks

  • Top-heavy sunflowers droop, their leaves baked golden by the August sun.

    Crossing the Tracks

  • Top-heavy with colonels to begin with, the army has swollen mightily in recent years, since the price of a series of half-effective peace accords has been its absorption of an array of predatory warlords and their followers.

    Rape of the Congo

  • Top-heavy with great reporting, mighty skimpy in the plot department, it prompts the thought that invariably dogs a reader working his way through Wolfe's enormous novels: that inside these fat fictions is a thin and nimble reporter struggling to get out.

    Tom Wolfe, Ace Reporter

  • Top-heavy with her burden, Lizbeth managed awkwardly on the bones.

    GUARDIAN OF THE VEIL

  • Top-heavy because they lacked ballast as they were waiting to fuel, three destroyers turned turtle and vanished, taking with them almost 800 men.

    Sea of Thunder

  • Top-heavy because they lacked ballast as they were waiting to fuel, three destroyers turned turtle and vanished, taking with them almost 800 men.

    Sea of Thunder

  • Top-heavy characters would bobble along awkwardly, creatures with branching networks of a dozen legs would learn to walk, and animations for fighting and eating would be generated on the fly.

    More on Will Wright’s Spore « Gerry Canavan

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