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  • But three small investment firms made a bet that a long-closed, and mostly forgotten, mineral mine 60 miles southwest of Las Vegas might have some value.

    Molycorp Pays Off for Buyout Believers

  • The White Logic insists upon opening the long-closed books, and by paragraph and chapter states the beauty and wonder I behold in terms of futility and dust.

    Chapter 36

  • The long-closed neo-classical Benghazi Cathedral, designed by Italian architects and overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, has the look of a Roman Catholic basilica.

    From Libya: Italian influences linger in Benghazi

  • There was a long-closed general store and even a half-built church, perhaps abandoned when word came that the Lord was taking a different route.

    Nutrition

  • For my film on financial crime, I turned to a convicted white collar criminal for insight, Sam Antar, once the CFO of the long-closed Crazy Eddys, an infamous New York electronics chain.

    Danny Schechter: Treat the Financial Crisis as a Crime Story

  • They met in the shadows of the deserted twenty-sixth level at the entrance of long-closed group 208.

    "Master Control" by Harl Vincent, part 2

  • Even before the formal alliance was unveiled, the U.S. securities firm saw long-closed doors opening in Tokyo.

    Morgan Stanley, Mitsubishi Launch Joint Venture

  • For my film on financial crime, I turned to a convicted white collar criminal for insight, Sam Antar, once the CFO of the long-closed Crazy Eddys, an infamous New York electronics chain.

    Danny Schechter: Treat the Financial Crisis as a Crime Story

  • Such scenes have become familiar at Dover since April 2009, when the long-closed military ritual of welcoming home the dead was opened to the public, as long as relatives approve.

    Somber ritual as slain soldiers are returned to U.S.

  • As his beautiful and righteous wife said, his campaign is the only time since we were all Reaganized that I've felt any pride in the national spirit and possible direction of our country -- a possible opening of the long-closed American doors of compassion, dignity, wit, elegance, and reconnection to our real past.

    Jeremiah Wright Steps Down From Obama Campaign

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