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  • Very promising and brave of them to move forward with the expansion when facing not only this economy, but also the threat of a narrowing gap between theatrical release and VOD video-on-demand dates and the ever- present worldwide problem of piracy.

    Ashley Wren Collins: Seeking Cinematic Sustenance in a Saturated World

  • China, with large investments in Africa and in need of energy, looks on the Libyan situation in active silence and advances by small but solid steps its own agenda aimed at gaining an ever- greater influence in Africa.

    Amir Madani: Dead Man Walking

  • As a young woman, she saw the deforestation of her native British Columbia and helped organize the largest protest ever- with 10,000 people.

    Kari Henley: What Seeds Of Change Are You Planting This Spring?

  • The snow melts around my shoes, bleeding an ever- spreading puddle.

    The Color of Warm and Cold

  • Long gone is the joie de vivre of earlier decades—the colorful paintings of sunlit beach scenes with frolicking bathers, and ever- available women.

    A Magical Metamorphosis of the Ordinary

  • A generation of risk-taking, of greed, of leverage, of ever- more-dangerous financial instruments - from junk bonds to credit default swaps. - Top Stories

  • I'll end off with a quote that always reminds me of you -- a constantly changing, ever- evolving soul:

    The Full Feed from

  • "I just doubt that ever- higher debts can actually help." -- Top News

  • "If home prices continue to decline and the homes get more and more underwater and you have layoffs, it becomes an ever- bigger issue," said

  • Its going to take a generation-if ever- to remotely believe a word these charlatans say. theparson 26 September 2011 12:27PM

    The Guardian World News


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