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  • And as Citi's international operations gen erate a greater share of revenue and profit, the bank may come to more closely resemble Britain's HSBC Holdings.

    Citi Misses Minefield, for a Change

  • "Knowest thou not that we tol - erate the likes o 'thee only for the sake o' the truce?"

    Here There Are Monsters

  • Cassel, for his part, spotted former SAG president Melissa Gilbert, a mod-erate, and, standing at the mic, referred to her dismissively.

    Jonathan Handel: SAG-AFTRA Ratify Advertising Agreement; SAG Townhall Features Fireworks

  • Make sure as you plan in the US this summer that you familiarize yourself if you are an erate school!

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • It was a heavy burden, but he knew that God saw something in him that generations would come to ven–erate.

    The Ark

  • Since then, state-sponsored atrocities have been so huge and commonplace, and so desensitizing, that readers may have to pause to grasp Pipes's point: "The massacre, by secret order of the government, of a family that for all its Imperial background was remarkably commonplace, guilty of nothing, desiring only to be allowed to live in peace, carried mankind for the first time across the threshold of delib - erate genocide."

    Man Of The Century, Alas

  • Many outfits that op erate supposedly legiti mate spam services rely on botnets; without them, spewing so much spam would be nearly impossible.

    Escalating Spam Wars Take Their Toll

  • This is REQUIRED in the US if you get erate funds.

    Daily Spotlight on Education 11/06/2008

  • And in Nazi Germany from 1933 on, the terms Jewish, Degen­erate, modernist and Bolsh­evik were all used to refer to non-Germanic art, whet­her it was created by German artists or not.

    Degenerate Art Exhibition, Munich 1937

  • Colias erate superhydrophobic surfaces, self-cleaning sea slug perform colonoscopies

    The Speculist: June 2005 Archives

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