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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

  • 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

  • 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

  • Jaruzelski later justified the move, saying Solidarity's ever-pressing demands could have led to a Soviet invasion.

    Poland: Key Figure In Transition To Democracy Remembers Solidarity

  • Yet for Bourgeois (and apparently for most writers who have tackled her work), her sculpture stems from an almost psychotherapeutic need to look at and find ways to embody — and thus to keep at bay, even allay — her ever-pressing fears, anxieties, depression, and anger.

    Daring and Disturbing

  • And while it's a story that needs to be told, the ever-pressing story that needs to be delivered is the one where our government educates U.S. military men to be torturers, brutal interrogators, and ignorant devilish men and we allow it and support it. by

    OpEdNews - Diary: Redacted: A Fumbling, Progressive Movie Review

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