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  • Frequently described as a "high-flying former diplomat," Carne Ross resigned from the Foreign Office over the Iraq War.

    James Denselow: Understanding the Global Revolution

  • October 21st, 2009 Playing iconic flier AMELIA EARHART upon a large screen kept singer HILARY SWANK's high-flying dreams to turn a commander upon a ground - since a film's insurance association bosses wouldn't let a Oscar leader take off.

    Archive 2009-11-01

  • October 21st, 2009 Playing iconic flier AMELIA EARHART upon a big shade kept actress HILARY SWANK's high-flying dreams to turn a commander upon a ground - since a film's word association bosses wouldn't let a Oscar winner take off.

    Archive 2009-11-01

  • In this case, it is the idea that a high-flying partner at a big swinging law firm would hire a glib college-dropout and pass him off as a Harvard-law-trained associate.

    Hollow Points and Cream Puffs

  • The high-flying Swiss franc, now near all-time highs against the euro and the dollar, thus far has failed to curb the country's economic growth or damp foreign demand for its high-quality goods, but this could change.

    Swiss Keep Rates on Hold

  • When two high-flying lawyers from the US arrived at NI's east London offices earlier this month to ask questions about how the hacking affair was being handled, stories started to appear in the press suggesting Myler had been deliberately excluded from the company's investigation into it.

    David Cameron, Ed Miliband and Co flock to pay homage at Rupert Murdoch's summer party

  • The story will focus on a high-flying show called Icarus, which detectives begin investigating when a botched stunt leads to one of the actor's death.

    Law & Order: Criminal Intent to Take on Spider-Man Musical

  • The prospect of a whole zebra crossing far away is too much for some high-flying types to think about.

    David Davis takes up challenge to prepare next round of Tory policies

  • In its high-flying days, analysts considered Target's retail peers to be the department stores and off-mall retailers like Bed Bath & Beyond Inc. When the recession hit, Wal-Mart and the dollar stores sales grew while Target and most of its peers were hammered.

    More Target Than Tar-zhay?

  • When I first saw it, I assumed it was a work of the more high-flying, expansive 1920s; I am even more impressed to discover this rather late date.

    St. Robert's, Shorewood, Wisconsin

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