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  • "Karmaloop has identified an important and rapidly growing demographic we call Verge Culture," says Selkoe.

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  • The suet came quite a while ago, but while I was slicing it I thought of a poem about snow; and then I happened to think that maybe the air over the Verge might be a little warmer than it is here, and so the poem might melt a little as it fell, and, maybe, stick.

    The Garden of the Plynck

  • The about section on the new site sets an interesting tone when it comes to the way the company and the verticals are set up: "The Verge is a technology-focused news publication founded in 2011 by Joshua Topolsky and Marty Moe in partnership with Vox Media and its CEO Jim Bankoff."

  • WASHINGTON AP -- The former editor of popular technology blog Engadget, Joshua Topolsky, has started writing a weekly consumer tech column for The Washington Post as part of a partnership between the newspaper and a new tech news site called The Verge.

  • The renovated building - now known as the Verge Building - earned the moniker for its prominent V-shaped beams that hold up the building.

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  • Anthony McGill was the clarinet soloist in Robert Honstein's "Verge," composed for the symphony's program on Sunday at Carnegie Hall.

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  • Honstein's "Verge" 2010, a 10-minute work composed for the occasion.

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  • The book offers big picture advice such as Verge's signature expression, "Sometimes you just need to put a little sugar on it."

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  • "Verge" was created by Rhoden for the N.C. Dance Theatre.

    Lenoir-Rhyne University

  • "Writers on the Verge is a 10-week program focused on polishing writers and readying them for a staff writer position on a television series.

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