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  • My favorite quote on the sub­ject comes from the play, “Inherit theWind” …

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  • "Assuming you don't ob - ject, that is," he added with a mischievous wink to Da - maris.


  • "Assuming you don't ob - ject, that is," he added with a mischievous wink to Da - maris.


  • "Great!" cried the poet, who had winced at ob -- ject.


  • The title describes the setting, a pleasantly seedy training venue in Austin, Texas, and suggests the ostensible sub ject — the remarkably strenuous things people do to learn how to box, or get better at it.

    'Boxing Gym': A Bout With Human Nature

  • Lawrence really came alive with useful information at the Committee of the Whole meeting regarding this pork-ject.

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  • January 26th, 2009 at 10: 57 am so, are we objecting to this because it looks bad for citi to tax taxpayer money and buy a ject or because, in fact, citi is wasting $$ by buying corporate jets rather than having its execs fly first class?

    Matthew Yglesias » Meet The New Jet

  • The pro ject has now, however, become about more than just a library.

    Deb McNally: Wisconsin Mom Dedicated To Building Library In Ghana

  • Derrida's analysis of the Husserlian idea of expression, the will must come out of itself while remaining wholly inside: in expression the "meaning intends an outside which is that of an ideal ob-ject; this outside is then ex-pressed and goes forth beyond itself into another outside, which is always 'in' consciousness."

    'The Abyss of the Past': Psychoanalysis in Schelling's Ages of the World (1815)

  • On June 1, 1992, Illinois Project Vote issued a press release for its public kickoff.93 The release quotes Obama explaining the need for Pro- ject Vote by pointing to the recent rioting in Los Angeles—six days of disturbances that drew the National Guard, the U.S. Army, and finally the United States Marines into the largely African-American neighborhood of South Central Los Angeles.



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