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  • We get queries from people who graduated from (INSERT SNOOTY MFA PROGRAM HERE) on full scholarship and have published in extremely highly-regarded literary magazines ALL THE TIME.

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  • When he was released Dameron was still highly-regarded, and he wrote for Sonny Stitt, Milt Jackson and Benny Goodman, among others, but he would die of cancer within four years at the age of 48.

    Madd About Tadd

  • After teaching music in the Berkeley and Piedmont public schools, directing choirs, and serving as a piano teacher and highly-regarded accompanist, Carolyn graduated from Hastings Law School and practiced law for several years in San Mateo.

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  • We get queries from people who graduated from (INSERT SNOOTY MFA PROGRAM HERE) on full scholarship and have published in extremely highly-regarded literary magazines ALL THE TIME.

    Nobody Likes A Jerkwad

  • While some highly-regarded novelists come in for their share of criticism (Umberto Eco and Nicholas Mosley, for example), such assessments are always made in a measured and informed way that shows considerable literary intelligence.

    Book Reviewing

  • After teaching music in the Berkeley and Piedmont public schools, directing choirs, and serving as a piano teacher and highly-regarded accompanist, Carolyn graduated from Hastings Law School and practiced law for several years in San Mateo.

    Carolyn Smith

  • After teaching music in the Berkeley and Piedmont public schools, directing choirs, and serving as a piano teacher and highly-regarded accompanist, Carolyn graduated from Hastings Law School and practiced law for several years in San Mateo.

    Carolyn Smith

  • Given Manning's proficiency at running the 2-minute offense — he'd stung the Baltimore Ravens and New York Jets, teams with more highly-regarded defenses than New Orleans, with touchdown passes right before halftime in Indianapolis 'two previous playoff victories — the Colts' decision to play it safe with a seven-point lead and keep the ball on the ground was perplexing.

    Saints use timely field goals, decisions to rally from 10 down

  • After teaching music in the Berkeley and Piedmont public schools, directing choirs, and serving as a piano teacher and highly-regarded accompanist, Carolyn graduated from Hastings Law School and practiced law for several years in San Mateo.

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  • Meanwhile, the White House continues to await the results of a 60-day review of U.S. cybersecurity policy being conducted by a highly-regarded military collaboration consultant, Melissa Hathaway.

    Obama's cybersecurity budget gains solid support

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