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  • An analysis from the World Resources Institute released shortly after the bill died in the Senate shows that, if the administration and state governments were to aggressively use every GHG pollution prevention tool they have available to them, the US would come close to-but still fall short of-the small 5% emission cut from 1990 levels that it promised in Copenhagen.

    Corbin Hiar: A Ray of Light in China? EPA Administrator Attempts to Defuse Climate Standoff

  • And the two strands of American life he comes out of-the military and the corporate world-are places that embody that particular kind of machismo, which can be as much of a prison for those inside it, as it is an oppressor of those it takes as its object.

    Adam Haslett - An interview with author

  • There is, as Nicholson points out, "a melancholy beauty" that is all too human about these wonderfully cluttered spaces full of large, looming and once state–of-the art machines.

    Analog – review

  • Where a long estuary runs into the land, an estuary with a rocky bottom, you do get just what she had spoken of-the sea-shore in the middle of the land.

    Movie Night

  • He was the sort of man that everyone felt a little sorry for, a bit protective of-the awkward shy type.

    Men Don't Leave Me

  • Which brings us to the next truth laid bare: Only a heavily conditioned society would be unable to recognize that Kerry is an incurable warmonger, a man who voted for-and wrote parts of-the USA PATRIOT Act, a man who declared that the Vietnam War was merely a "mistake," a man who cast a "yes" vote in October 2002 for

    Botched or not, the joke's on us

  • Accused-and very likely guilty of-the death of a British naval officer on Jocasta's property, Ulysses had been forced to flee the colony.

    A Breath of Snow and Ashes

  • We made a lot of very - we had a sort of one step forward, two steps back approach and dismantling of the army, dismantling of-the de-Baathification, that's created a lot of problems because we have a lot of unemployed, a lot of people that are armed to the teeth and they're all unemployed, they can't put food on the table.

    CNN Transcript Jun 28, 2004

  • In at least one case that we know of-the hapless Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum-works of art from the so-called permanent collection have been sold to help meet expenses incurred as the result of the Follies.

    The Museum Follies: Giant Expansions Of Vast Pretension

  • And the single-hearted and full expression of public opinion is the service of-the press and a phenomenon to rejoice us at the same time.

    Anna Karenina

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