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  • Besides warning about the stagnant growth prospects facing the U.S., crippled by regulatory capture and lobbyists and policymakers who keep the status quo, several sub-chapters are titled in unflinching style: Private Equity Pirates, Traitorous Traders, Currency Manipulators, Financial Warfare, The Brutal Truth.

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  • In "The Shock Doctrine," Ms. Klein titles one of her sub-chapters "The Myth of the Chilean Miracle."

    How Milton Friedman Saved Chile

  • It was just one long, epic journey that was divided into three chapters: The Fellowship of the Ring, The Two Towers and The Return of the King, with several sub-chapters making up the whole story.

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  • The division into three sub-chapters indicates the make-up of the act by simple assemblage.

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  • Rockeries and alpine plants; _ and then it runs into nine sub-chapters, as follows: --

    Manual of Gardening (Second Edition)

  • The other thing I'd like to do with this, because there are so many stories in this, a lot of these personas I'd like to do sub-chapters with.

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  • This section consists of eight sub-chapters and constitutes about a quarter of the text.

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  • The Southeastern Chapter is the largest in the international organization of LMA, covering 10 states with 18 sub-chapters called City Groups throughout the region, serving nearly 500 members.

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  • These sub-chapters cover historical and forecast statistics relating to the installed renewable energy capacities, market structure and regulatory policies that govern the development of each of the renewable energy technologies.

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  • I particularly like the way chapters are broken down into sub-chapters, where he lists the possible risks speakers come up against and then gives ideas for dealing with them using analogies and metaphors to help put the problems into context.

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