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  • Combining all of those features, they contend, allows them to determine what they call a person's "write-print."

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  • But the TSA is working with a very limited amount of information about those passengers -- namely a person's full name, date of birth and gender.

  • Outwardly affable, Cellini gained a reputation for his business savvy and sure-footedness, but also as someone who could make or break a person's career with a phone call. Top headlines

  • And of everything, each person's own stories are the easiest to give, and with literacy as a tool, every person can share them.

    Pam Allyn: A New Girls and Women's Literacy Empowerment Movement

  • And sometimes you find yourself in that person's bed again, but with no pressure, and lots of laughing (but no pointing!), and the comfort that comes with being old lovers and dear friends.

    Odin's Day

  • Dave Brosha is on a continual journey to seek out and capture the beauty of this world - whether it's the beauty of some of most extreme and pristine environments in the world, or the beauty of some of a person's most personal moments.

    Dave Brosha Photography » Photo Blog

  • The state's attorney general told the governor he can't disclose an individual's birth documentation without a person's consent.

    Cantor: I believe Obama is a U.S. citizen

  • It diminishes that person's value, making them feel unworthy of God's love and care.

    Jack Watts: Recovering From Religious Abuse

  • It's particularly destructive because it either directly or indirectly implies that the person's relationship with God is flawed, making the abused person feel alienated from God.

    Jack Watts: Recovering From Religious Abuse

  • If unchecked, it can lessen a person's lifelong accomplishments.

    Jack Watts: Recovering From Religious Abuse


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