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  • He then demonstrates the set in the classic carnival shiller style, with these facts:

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  • But as low expectations go this was surely shriller and shiller than coach Valerie would have wanted?

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  • If I wanted to make a ton of money I could be an extraordinary shiller.

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  • (If you would like to see the data yourself, they are available on the Web at www. econ.yale.edu/~shiller/chapt26. html.)

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  • But one spins a yarn that's the all-time Big Daddy of nightmares, while the other is a silver-tongued shiller of the American dream.

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  • S&P/case-shiller home price index, consumer confidence and earnings from BP will be all out later today.

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  • (Of course, the biggest shiller of all on Real Housewives is Bethenny Frankel, who used the show to launch a bestselling series of books on how to be anorexic.)

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  • But for everybody else, my question is, "OK, you write a book, the thing you traffic in is ideas, do you also then want to become your own manufacturer, your own sales and marketing department, your own shiller of your idea?"

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  • According to case shiller index, we are still 20% above long term averages.

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  • Obviously it was luxury-luggage shiller and former PM Tony Blair's big day yesterday, but as his smooth, complacent face fills our screens and pages once again like an unwanted bladder of lard, let us remember the beautiful day that the former deputy legal adviser to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (below) arrived and gave her evidence.

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