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  • v. Present participle of dateline.


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  • Also, even if brown is a better overall camouflage for Afghanistan - though this is unclear even to many experienced soldiers and me - it is unfair to imply (by datelining the story to Zabul Province and referring to more than six years of Strykers in desert combat) that the Army has had Strykers there during the entire war.

    National Review Online

  • UDALL: CONSENSUS FORMING AROUND RULES CHANGES - Amanda Terkel, datelining from Buffalo, reports that Tom Udall believes his filibuster-reform gang has a lot of support for three key changes to Senate rules: 1) End the filibuster on the motion to proceed; 2) End secret holds; and 3) Re-establishing the "talking filibuster."

    HUFFPOST HILL - Bidding Adieu To 2010


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