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  • For now he stresses his upcoming projects, including his first piece for American Ballet Theatre, and the ever-pressing Alice.

    Creating a Dance Fairytale

  • In fact, many current students have seen the ever-pressing need to expand their resumes with real-world experience before their job search has begun.

    Kristen Durkin: Five Ways to Gain Experience on Your Resume Before Graduation

  • The statement offered further indication that a gradual appreciation of the yuan is the likely course of action, and raises the ever-pressing question: When will China's leaders allow the yuan's appreciation to resume?

    On Yuan Appreciation, the Question Is When

  • The statement offered further indication that a gradual appreciation of the yuan is the likely course of action, and raises the ever-pressing question: When will China's leaders allow the yuan's appreciation to resume?

    On Yuan Appreciation, the Question Is When

  • There was the ever-pressing matter of first-day outfits that meant endless mother-daughter psychodramas acted out in cramped dressing rooms.

    The First Day: What's Your Back To School Ritual?

  • They begrudgingly carry the load of the tasks handed down from above or resort to aggressive or despicable behavior to distract attention from the ever-pressing terror on the seas.

    Risen Review | CurveHouse.com

  • The statement offered further indication that a gradual appreciation of the yuan is the likely course of action, and raises the ever-pressing question: When will China's leaders allow the yuan's appreciation to resume?

    On Yuan Appreciation, the Question Is When

  • There was the ever-pressing matter of first-day outfits that meant endless mother-daughter psychodramas acted out in cramped dressing rooms.

    The First Day: What's Your Back To School Ritual?

  • "It creates a culture where people don't have to show up," says freshman Rep. Jackie Speier (D-Calif.) about the combination of the committee's size and the ever-pressing fundraising concerns.

    The Cash Committee: How Wall Street Wins On The Hill

  • In the post-World War II world we have come to justify so much of our activity in terms of the existence of the nuclear-armed and ever-pressing Soviet superpower.

    The Dropout Democrats

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