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After finally seeing the much ballyhoed Clark comment, where he essentially repeated what his interviewer asked him, after his interviewer had already asked him the same basic question about six times, made me wonder again what planet the MSM is on to blow something so inconsequential so very far out of proportion.
The first international attempt to deal with global warming was the much-ballyhoed Kyoto Treaty.
As a couple of anthropologists who study American soldiers, we've been struck by the much-ballyhoed showdown between Avatar and The Hurt Locker, particularly because there's been relatively little said about the fact that the protagonists of both films are soldiers
Henry said the much-ballyhoed nonprofit project has scheduled its first board meeting for next week, and has "secured an outstanding CEO and an extraordinary editor in chief whose names will be announced later this month."