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  • Separately, Exelon Corp. appeared to clear amajor hurdle that threatened to obstruct its merger with Constellation Energy Group Inc. The utilities, based in Chicago and Baltimore, struck a deal with Maryland officials that they said will provide more value to residents of the state where Constellation is based.

    Utilities Merger Hits a Roadblock

  • So when I saw Miles Grant – one of the most prolific of bloggers on Blue Virginia, theauthor of his own blog, and a communications professional with amajor environmental group here in DC – making multiple tweets about the tragedy in Arizona that generally pointed fingers at Republicans and our policy positions, I called him out on it.

    Miles Grant never wastes an opportunity to exploit a tragedy

  • There is amajor drawback to the back to school season, the expense of all the back to school supplies.

    Back To School Supplies | myFiveBest

  • (CS was then a specialty, just about to become amajor.)

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Pi Day

  • CS was then a specialty, just about to become amajor.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Pi Day

  • So, all in all, I was looking at amajor motoring experience, the kind of thing that I had not enjoyed since a civil enforcement officer (sic) refrained from issuing me with aparking ticket because I was driving a Ford Focus RS.

    On the road: Renault Clio Renaultsport 200

  • More often than not, garlic is an aromatic flavour, so I don't think it would be amajor omission.

    Food for Fort: Omega-3 in white fish, nutmeg graters and onion-free cooking

  • I'm a firm believer that a season premiere needs to start off with amajor bang and Heroes didn't accomplish that with me.

    Heroes season 3 premiere review

  • Consider Argentina's position, relative to its neighbours: on the other side of the Andes there's successful Chile, to the north there's resurgent Brazil fast becoming amajor player on the playing fields of international politics as well as football.

    John Terry’s sacking as England captain tells us something interesting...

  • Consider Argentina's position, relative to its neighbours: on the other side of the Andes there's successful Chile, to the north there's resurgent Brazil fast becoming amajor player on the playing fields of international politics as well as football.

    Diego Maradona Lives to Fight Another Day

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