fourteen-point love

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  • Fossella beat attorney Steve Harrison, who will face Recchia in the state's primary, by a fourteen-point margin in 2006, and his winning percentages have decreased since peaking at 70% in 2002.

    Fossella Out? - Real Clear Politics – TIME.com

  • She would want me to say here that Janet adopted her as a single mother from China, and that Julia has tattooed on her back, in discreet fourteen-point type, the words MADE IN CHINA.

    Elizabeth Benedict: Will Adopt Asian Girl, No Problem

  • Fundamentalism arose at the Niagara Bible Conferences which were held annually from 1876-1897 where a fourteen-point creed was developed, and later distilled at the 1910 General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church to 5 fundamentals of the Christian faith:

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • The fourteen-point scale is provided to us on an attached sheet.

    Boing Boing: May 21, 2006 - May 27, 2006 Archives

  • Polls show that if you join with me, we'll have a fourteen-point lead!

    Anyone Else Smell It In The Air?

  • A large fourteen-point stag is spotted on the Balmoral estate and Phillip wants to take the boys out stalking to take their minds off things.

    The Queen (2006), dir. Stephen Frears

  • Peter was featured in another bold, fourteen-point headline, but the story had spun 360 degrees out of control.

    The Beach House

  • A fourteen-point match of a print on a gun was almost as good as having a photo of the person holding the gun.

    The Black Ice

  • While the assembled merchants looked on, in puzzled silence, Mayer's assistants set up the press and a stand holding two fonts of fourteen-point type.

    Adaptation

  • In gathering the large-type collection for the St. Louis Library fourteen-point was decided upon as the standard, which means, of course, types with a face somewhere between the smallest size that is usually found on a fourteen-point body, even if actually on a smaller body, and the largest that this can carry, even if on a larger body.

    A Librarian's Open Shelf

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