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  • McGinn blindsided the council by announcing the proposal on a day when all nine council members were at a long-planned retreat, an event council sources say he had known about for at least a month.

    Mayor McGinn Needs a Win « PubliCola

  • CHICAGO—A long-planned protest against the financial community was augmented Monday evening by the local offshoot of the Occupy Wall Street movement.

    Protests Merge in Chicago

  • Earlier this month, labor leaders and community organizers here reached out to Occupy Chicago to seek support for their long-planned Columbus Day rally.

    Protests Merge in Chicago

  • The excuse for Mr. Medvedev's tantrum is the long-planned missile defense shield for Europe.

    Our Friends the Russians

  • A long-planned condominium development in Brooklyn Heights is finally hitting the market after years of delays.

    New Filling at Candy Factory

  • Two of the five largest shareholders of Diamond Foods Inc. have dumped the bulk of their holdings, as the snack company grapples with accounting probes that threaten to upend its long-planned acquisition of Pringles from Procter & Gamble Co.

    Two Top Shareholders Dump Stakes In Diamond Foods

  • The ghost of Bill Totts had been successfully laid, and Freddie Drummond with rejuvenescent zeal tackled a brochure, long-planned, on the topic of "diminishing returns."

    SOUTH OF THE SLOT

  • Coincidentally the long-planned event happened just as lawmakers in the state capital, Albany, were maneuvering toward a historic vote legalizing same-sex marriage.

    Obama: Gay couples deserve same rights as all

  • Guston was to be an artist-in-residence at the American Academy in Rome, and the long-planned trip, intended as a respite from the psychic energy he had expended on his urgently brushed images of hooded Klansmen clutching smoldering cigarettes, proved to be an escape, too, from the hostile reception these paintings provoked.

    An Anxious Modern Eyes the Eternal City

  • NYSE Euronext moved forward with a long-planned effort to sell about half of its interest in the Amex stock-options market, submitting a proposed ownership split to U.S. regulators last week.

    NYSE Submits Amex Stake Sale to Regulators

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