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  • It was an Eric Cartman-esque “Res-pect Mah Authori-taaaaaayyyyh!” moment come to life.

    Archive 2009-08-01

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    “Res-pect Mah Authori-taaaaaayyyyh!”

  • Still, the International Monetary Fund's director general, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, sounded a cautionary note at a speech in Oslo last week, urging all recession-hit governments to focus on job creation rather than budget balancing until the world economy stabilizes: "We must not ex-pect that growth alone will automatically create the jobs we need."

    Toil and Tears

  • A.pect, A. [1992], “Bell's Theorem: the naïve view of an experimentalist,” in Quantum [Un] speakables,, R.A. Bertlmann and A. Zeilinger (eds.), Berlin-Heidelberg-New York: Springer,

    Bell's Theorem

  • Each mountain, as if its firm and immutable form were flexible and varying, altered in appearance, like that of a shadowy apparition, as the position of the strangers relative to them changed with their motions, and as the mist, which continued slowly though constantly to descend, influenced the rugged as pect of the hilts and valleys which it shrouded with its vapory mantle.

    Anne of Geierstein

  • Now Grossberg and Peterson must confront something far more terrifying than humiliation: the pros - pect of death row.

    Death In A Dumpster

  • As I've lived with them I've learned what to ex - pect from my possessions, most of them anyway, and I know what they expect from me.

    The Nature Of Things

  • The Chevalier Grandison and his excellent lady have signified to me, more than once, that they ex-pect from me the completion of their earthly happi — ness: and what is this life, but

    Sir Charles Grandison

  • "How do you ex - pect me to get any kind of discipline into this rabble when you undermine my authority?" she hissed.

    Flint, the King

  • But they didn't stay silent for long; that was too much to ex-pect of flesh and blood.



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  • Just a stray syllable, like 'cious'.

    March 2, 2011