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  • He's Lord Shen Gary Oldman a megalomaniacal peacock with designs on the throne and a formidable arsenal of newly-invented cannons to back up the claim.

    Dan Persons: The Sublime Syncretism of Kung Fu Panda 2

  • Our partners at the Aegean Pearl prepared an extraordinary celebration -- with beautiful decorations (including a vast array of blue and white balloons and flowers), tables full of traditional Greek and Cretan mezes (appetizers), newly-invented drinks (blue ouzo and raki, special blue water), and above all, a special cake.

    Alex Pattakos: 'Opa! Day' Celebrating All Things Greek!

  • My father covered a variety of home entertainment products including what were at the time fairly newly-invented items including the home personal computer, the home videocasette player, and the home video game console.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • Another pro asked why insurance has not emerged that has the characteristic that it does not pay for newly-invented medical services.

    Finkelstein on Health Insurance, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Earthlink also boasts a spam filter that I thought went out around the time the British army decided it actually was not an appropriate badge of honor for their officers to be attired in red (which was, coincidentally, around the time German marksmen were searching for targets for their newly-invented machine guns in the haze of the French countryside).

    The Papyrus Files — Earthlink « The Book Publicity Blog

  • Outgoing Majority Whip Jim Clyburn, set to challenge outgoing Majority Leader Steny Hoyer to remain whip and vault himself to the number two spot in the minority, conceded after being offered a newly-invented third-ranking leadership spot.

    Asher Smith: Who Wins Leadership Battles That Never Happen?

  • First, what is the point of identifying a well-established mythological figure with a newly-invented one?

    More Mythicist-Creationist Parallels: Messiahs, Wisdom and Jesus

  • The Sonata echoes jazz in another way, though, in that the material Carter is putting through his favored paces is often quasi-vernacular, rather than newly-invented — for example, the forlana rhythm that permeates the third movement — and we're more conscious of the manipulations, like an improvisation over familiar changes.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • Weapons offensive and defensive, several of them of strange and newly-invented construction, were scattered about the tented apartment, or disposed upon the pillars which supported it.

    The Talisman

  • But listening to Sarah's newly-invented doe-eyed sanctimony about earmarks - and watching Charles Gibson let her get away with it - was excruciating.

    Donald Craig Mitchell: This Week's Palin Primer From Alaska: Bristol and Levi, Earmarks, Troopergate, More


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