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  • Without pretty much ubiquitous fast broadband, the market for video downloads – or anything else needing signifiant bandwidth – will tend to be stunted.

    HD DVDs Fall Like Dominoes - Bits Blog - NYTimes.com

  • Most signifiant is the spending of over $450,000 in three Ohio races.

    NH-SEN

  • Most signifiant is the spending of over $450,000 in three Ohio races.

    NY-13

  • Most signifiant is the spending of over $450,000 in three Ohio races.

    LA-06

  • Most signifiant is the spending of over $450,000 in three Ohio races.

    A Day At The Congressional Races

  • I have a signifiant-other, partner, who is Mexican, who can qualify for a Mexican goverment housing loan.

    flip it around

  • Comme nous ne sommes point peintres de profession, nous ne nous engagerons point à définir exactement ce que signifiant les mots clarté, lustre, foncé, ombre, &c que plusieurs peintres emploient dans des significations différentes.

    The Creation of Color in Eighteenth-Century Europe

  • What I find fascinating is the signifiant percentage (over 35% if memory serves) of teachers who do not put their children in "trust the voter schools."

    Sound Politics: Trust the parents instead

  • Today, the Court took that very signifiant step, holding that "when public employees make statements pursuant to their official duties, the employees are not speaking as citizens for First Amendment purposes, and the Constitution does not insulate their communications from employer discipline."

    Balkinization

  • But there is also the ever-more-important phenomenon, partly as a result of some of the so-called "reforms," that it is also important to stay in the good graces of the national party, which has signifiant monies of its own to dispense.

    Balkinization

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