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  • Directly overhead, a dazzling star burst into life-the billion-candlepower flare that was drenching both Space Station One and Discovery with its brilliance.

    Tin

  • Ralph had spoken with a federal agent only twice in his life-the day before yesterday, when one had appeared at his mother's wake, asking to speak with him alone, and now.

    A Girl's Legs Stirring The Air

  • This basic framework for learning simply needs to be nudged along throughout life-the particular content of their study should be largely if not entirely up to them.

    Education

  • However, I have been dead for too long to want to harp on those wretched final years of my life-the assassination of my character, of my person, the unspeakable hypocrisy of it all, my freefall from grace and renown, the poverty, ill health, my seeking refuge in a bottle.

    I, Thomas Paine, Two Hundred Years Hence*

  • So I'd like to take a little stroll down memory lane and examine this "slut" issue and how it has played out in my life-the good, the scandalous, and the ugly.

    Who You Callin' a SLUT!?

  • This basic framework for learning simply needs to be nudged along throughout life-the particular content of their study should be largely if not entirely up to them.

    Printing: Education

  • So I'd like to take a little stroll down memory lane and examine this "slut" issue and how it has played out in my life-the good, the scandalous, and the ugly.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • In the future, says Wright, Maxis will continue to create games derived from an emerging field called artificial life-the blending of biology and computer science.

    War Of The Electronic Ants

  • What they do capture, with wit and pizzazz, is the ulcer-producing surface of newspaper life-the competitiveness of the story conference, the controlled chaos, the thrill of the news chase.

    News Junkies Race The Clock

  • There is excessive concentration on two polarities of social life-the individual and the state-and insufficient attention to civil society's intermediary institutions that Glendon calls "communities of memory and mutual aid."

    Too Much Of A Good Thing?

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