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  • She should say if you want something half-done ask me since I quit the governor's office.

    Clinton would 'look forward' to Palin sit down

  • My early drafts are unformed, half-done, with a plot that is absent, vague, nonsensical or predictable.

    Writing Question: When to get a critique

  • Engineering for the project is half-done, but the state has no funding to move the project forward, Pederson said.

    Route 237 expansion could be done by November, Maryland officials say

  • Hard to put it on that way, but half-done claws look trashy.


  • And I saw no reason to push that, until "Wears the C" made itself known: "Carter Hall Goes to the Boards" is going to be a fine thing, I think -- it's the one for careswen -- but I have a fear that it's a novelette, and I've just finished a damn novelette and have another half-done that should probably get some attention.

    Barnstorming on an Invisible Segway

  • I watched as the smoking solution and half-done chicken sailed at his face.

    Show Stoppah

  • He serves today on a board helping FBI Director Robert Mueller reorient the FBI toward domestic counterterrorism—a job Mr. Wilson considers only half-done and vitally important to preventing another catastrophic terrorist attack.

    The Man Who Defined Deviancy Up

  • After that, I plan get back to Gujarat to finish a couple of half-done projects, which should keep me busy for at least three months.

    June « 2009 « Sunayana’s Blog

  • Liz Swanson Liz Swanson's banana art Now, Ben, age 8, spends time at lunch completing his dad's half-done drawings of flying saucers and dinosaurs.

    To Pack an A-Plus Lunchbox

  • The $1 billion-plus East Coast project, a massive, 7-building residential complex that has been two decades in the making, is just past half-done.

    Shimmer on the Waterfront


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