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  • I'm thinking especially of what's sometimes called slipstream, and stories where the otherworldly mixes with the all too real (like Leah Bobet's The Girl from Another World or Aimee Bender's amazing surreal tales, such as the ones in Willful Creatures), and stories with concretized metaphors (like Elena Gleason's Escaped).

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  • The panel's report, entitled "Willful Neglect," found, for example, that only 2 of the 470 people featured in the "notable Americans" section of the National Portrait Gallery were Latino.

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  • Current projects include creating the Oregon Shakespeare Festival's first company-devised, site-specific work titled Willful, a new Sojourn piece called On The Table and a commission at the Kansas City Repertory Theatre.

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  • Subsequently, in 2007, Andy McCarthy wrote a book titled Willful Blindness.

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  • Subsequently, in 2007, Andy McCarthy wrote a book titled Willful Blindness.

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  • Subsequently, in 2007, Andy McCarthy wrote a book titled Willful Blindness.

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  • If OSHA is worth their salt, this will be a "Willful" violation. huh?? wrote ... walk in your footsteps? why?

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  • If OSHA is worth their salt, this will be a "Willful" violation. huh?? wrote ... walk in your footsteps? why?

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  • Most of these violations are 'Willful' and frequent.

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  • State Accuses Verizon Of 'Willful' Service Lapses, Seeks Fines

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