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  • Whether they come from the mouth of a much-respected or a much-loathed political figure, their hilarity and ill effects...

    WATCH: 10 Political Freudian Slips

  • Whether they come from the mouth of a much-respected or a much-loathed political figure, their hilarity and ill effects...

    WATCH: 10 Political Freudian Slips

  • A much-respected blogger and entrepreneur, Joe Posch stepped onto the pop-up scene in 2009 with Hugh, a men's store specializing in high-end home wares and novelties, becoming the first of its kind in SE Michigan.

    Margarita Barry: Detroit 'Pop' City: A Case For Pop-Up Retail In Detroit

  • Whether they come from the mouth of a much-respected or a much-loathed political figure, their hilarity and ill effects are often long-lasting.

    WATCH: 10 Political Freudian Slips

  • Peter BarnesMilton Keynes, Buckinghamshire• It is outrageous and offensive to characterise, in a spoof dictionary entry, the much-respected big cheese of Fifa thus: "Blatter: n. ignorant and arrogant" Letters, June 2.

    Letters: Colonic irritation

  • A much-respected blogger and entrepreneur, Joe Posch stepped onto the pop-up scene in 2009 with Hugh, a men's store specializing in high-end home wares and novelties, becoming the first of its kind in SE Michigan.

    Margarita Barry: Detroit 'Pop' City: A Case For Pop-Up Retail In Detroit

  • Paul Martin: Certainly the New Jersey Devils will attempt to keep him, but he's a much-respected, two-way defenseman.

    Blue-line blueprint: The most intriguing free-agent defensemen

  • Peter BarnesMilton Keynes, Buckinghamshire• It is outrageous and offensive to characterise, in a spoof dictionary entry, the much-respected big cheese of Fifa thus: "Blatter: n. ignorant and arrogant" Letters, June 2.

    Letters: Colonic irritation

  • Reflecting on the bitter war of words that had broken out between the Greeks and the Germans, one much-respected former EU official told me in 2010 that this is as close to war as it gets in modern Europe.

    Zero-Sum Future

  • But, in a game of euro-zone leap frog, Italy jumped to the front of the at-risk queue when Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi on Friday appeared on the verge of losing his much-respected finance minister, Giulio Tremonti, and the country's already dubious fiscal discipline appeared more in doubt.

    Is the Euro Entering Its Dying Throes?

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