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bridge-building

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  • Inspired by Henry's mythical dedication to human accomplishment, artist David Adey uses bridge-building principles to wedge several hundred books across a gallery room using thousands of pounds of pressure on the facing studs.

    ArtScene: Southern California's Top Ten Exhibition Picks for 2010

  • Obama, with his characteristic tone of bridge-building and moderation, may hope the gods will smile on him and the Republican Party will self-destruct while he holds the reasonable high ground.

    Robert Kuttner: From Depression to Public Inspiration

  • One courageous leader has begun this bridge-building work in an open letter to the Anglican Communion on the place of human rights in communities of faith.

    Rev. Dr. Cindi Love: An Indecent Piety

  • But within a few weeks, Gray's political carelessness threatens to blow up his bridge-building efforts, Alec Guinness-style.

    'One City' under siege

  • In the weeks to come, the Democratic Caucus will understand -- if it hasn't already -- that she is best equipped to continue the party and bridge-building that has the Democrats only one election away from being the majority again.

    Michael Yaki: Nancy Pelosi: Down, Definitely Not Out

  • Perhaps these were the first signs of my future obsessions with bridge-building and activity-mapping.

    Roger Y. Tsien - Autobiography

  • The October 30 inaugural meeting of the "Muslim Jewish Scholars Conference" will be an ongoing bridge-building effort between the two communities.

    Marshall J. Breger: Ancient Texting: The Urgency Of Muslim-Jewish Dialogue

  • So Satan had it in for the whole black race, and the second after he landed on the beach the bridge-building gang was stampeding over the compound fence and swarming up the cocoanut palms.

    Chapter 8

  • Captain Young had landed Satan at the moment when the bridge-building gang had started along the beach.

    Chapter 8

  • He was a good axe-man, and later he was put in the bridge-building gang.

    MAUKI

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