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  • n. Plural form of arena.

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Examples

  • The evidence for progress in other arenas is anecdotal: Some black CEOs at a couple major corporations; Condi Rice and Barack Obama.

    The State of Blackademia

  • Will the House and Senate remain arenas for political dialogue or will we see a turn towards politics of obstruction?

    Raymond Johansen: Cooperative Leadership, Not Tea Party Cocktail

  • A pair of deep, flat-bottomed holes have been chiseled out of the red clay of eastern Georgia in the U.S., like twin sports arenas from the pre-Columbian era.

    Southern Co's Nuclear Gambit

  • According to Allan Peterkin, the author of "One Thousand Beards: A Cultural History of Facial Hair," whiskers are taboo in arenas in which faddishness is frowned on and the appearance of transparency is prized.

    Read My Furry Lip

  • Much of the ongoing debate in political, business and social/cultural arenas is rooted in an underlying disagreement about what best serves national interests and individual lives.

    Douglas LaBier: A Rising "Social Psychosis" in Public and Private Life

  • Today, there are millions of young Black men abused by life's circumstances, barred from entering certain arenas and feeling like they've been relegated to the position of whipping boy.

    Mike Green: Innovation Crisis in Black America Pt. 3: The challenges of tech entrepreneurship

  • She is loyal to the president but able to command respect in arenas where he does not.

    Travels With Condi

  • Her gripping narratives and heart-touching teachings have inspired listeners in arenas and prison cells, stadiums and Bible studies, sanctuaries and seminaries, the United Nations, the World Economic Forum and Amsterdam 2000.

    Good News

  • Just like Tony, I raced midgets and sprint cars in arenas during my USAC days.

    Arena Racing » Lynyrd Skynyrd Dixie

  • And today, as religious groups challenge scientists in arenas as various as evolution in the classroom, AIDS prevention and stem cell research, scientists who embrace religion are beginning to speak out about their faith.

    08/23/2005

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