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  • Mr. Ford estimates there are five or six library branches within a two-mile area near his ward, which includes what he described as a little-used location in an industrial area.

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  • Mr. Ford figures there are five or six library branches within a two-mile area near his ward, which includes what he described as a little-used location in an industrial area.

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  • But he did not get any takers, even though he followed the requirements of a little-known, little-used program to bring in foreign farmworkers the legal way – by applying for guest worker visas.

    Americans Don't Want Farm Work, Despite Economy

  • Next year, the Bulldogs will have only two seniors, Williams and little-used center Eric Stubbs.

    Big South Conference

  • Shortstop Derek Jeter had a breakout game, racking up four hits—two of them home runs— and little-used backup catcher Francisco Cervelli hit an eighth-inning grand slam to open up what had been a tight contest to help the Yanks to a 12-5 victory.

    Jeter to the Rangers and Skeptics: Take That

  • The special forces raid on bin Laden's compound does highlight one little-used option for the U.S. in the Pakistani borderlands.

    Our Friends the Pakistanis

  • By putting more books in little-used school libraries?

    Television

  • The Justice Department is in talks with the state of Illinois to purchase a little-used prison in Thomson, Ill., to be used as a traditional federal prison.

    Obama Likely to Scale Back Legislative Plans

  • After Katrina, MRGO, which was little-used by that time, was filled in.

    Archive 2010-08-01

  • Quinn has the legal authority to execute a deal with the federal government to sell the little-used Thomson Correctional Center in northwestern Illinois to house detainees from Guantanamo Bay.

    POLITICAL HOT TOPICS: December 18, 2009

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