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  • v. Present participle of mention.


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  • There will be a label mentioning it and also saying it is non stick

    Rumali Roti

  • He got the idea to partner with Street Kids International after buying a Tilley hat, which had a label mentioning the worldwide charity group.

    Salem News

  • Why are old people pointed out here so often in mentioning their sagging this and wrinkled that.

    Modest Feminine Dress From the Pages of 1990 Victoria Magazine

  • I've gotten a bit behind in mentioning the Mistborn 3 annotations.

    Doctors Without Borders, Interviews, THE WAY OF KINGS

  • I'm late in mentioning it because I spent the morning running around to doctor's offices due a twisted ankle at soccer last night (not my ankle, my son's -- he'll be fine) but John Scalzi was kind enough to let me hijack his blog today for The Big Idea.

    The Big Idea

  • Also worth mentioning is its tremendous commitment to philanthropic causes through galas, golf tournaments, and other events.

    Women Grow Business » Value of Face Time as Entrepreneurs: Top Women’s Networking Groups in the DC Metro Area

  • And in mentioning that institution, I note that an acquaintance from a Commonwealth country once pointed out to me that while C-SPAN shows just the P.M. getting grilled, the actual Question Time is longer than what gets carried in the US and includes other cabinet members having to look knowledgeable and responsible or face professional embarrassment – no bad thing, if you ask me. wiley Says:

    Matthew Yglesias » Scott McClellan: The White House Press Briefing is Obsolete

  • The other key point that the Guardian & BBC etc are not mentioning is that, on becoming Home Secretary, one of the top Cabinet posts & the key national security position, she turned down the use of a grace & favour apartment in Whitehall with existing police guard, as this would have meant that she would lose her £24k pa second home allowance.

    Carole Cadwalladr on Jacqui Smith

  • But if the disapprobation of even a small portion of readers could be avoided, I repeat it, I did not think I was wrong in mentioning it, though I felt that reluctance which I did.

    Letter 60

  • My interest in mentioning this is simply to remind the vast majority of those who wrote to me or called is to explain that PBS is not NPR, that Juan Williams does not work for PBS, that PBS did not fire him, and that both organizations, while part of public broadcasting in this country, are separate organizations and separate public media entities.

    PBS: We're Not The Ones Who Fired Juan Williams


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