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  • And yet the corporate media is taking the same sought-for outcomes which have wildly eluded the Right and reconstituting them into their kooky contrivances, constructing their alternate realities at odds with what is actually happening in the streets and in the people's houses that line them.

    Steven Weber: Comedy Relief

  • And not only has it presented astronomers with a new puzzle, it is obscuring the sought-for signal from the earliest stars.

    Boing Boing

  • With its sought-for €1 billion, the company plans to buy a total of 150 megawatts, including the 86 megawatts in asset-sale agreements already lined up, from among Spain's total solar installed capacity of three gigawatts.

    U.K. Solar Utility Start-Up Plans $1.35 Billion IPO

  • With its sought-for €1 billion, the company plans to buy a total of 150 megawatts, including the 86 megawatts in asset-sale agreements already lined up, from among Spain's total solar installed capacity of three gigawatts.

    U.K. Solar Utility Start-Up Plans $1.35 Billion IPO

  • With its sought-for €1 billion, the company plans to buy a total of 150 megawatts, including the 86 megawatts in asset-sale agreements already lined up, from among Spain's total solar installed capacity of three gigawatts.

    U.K. Solar Utility Start-Up Plans $1.35 Billion IPO

  • And animals fly, and they have nervous systems capable of directing them towards particular targets, with sought-for shapes and colours.

    THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH

  • And animals fly, and they have nervous systems capable of directing them towards particular targets, with sought-for shapes and colours.

    THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH

  • “I do,” he assured her, emerging from the cupboard with the sought-for cake.

    Lemon Cake (Novel Food: Winter 2007 Edition) « Baking History

  • Sometimes low price represents a geographic fact such as availability of sought-for natural resources.

    Energy and Society~ Chapter 5~ Steam~ Key to the Industrial Revolution

  • “I do,” he assured her, emerging from the cupboard with the sought-for cake.

    2007 December « Baking History

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