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  • Even at the most conservative estimates put out by the International Organization for Migration, 810,000 people are still living in beat up, ripped, muddy tents or tarps in sun-beaten, muddy, crowded, trash-ridden Internally Displaced People IDP camps.

    Mark Schuller: The Shell Game of Haiti's Reconstruction

  • Nurse Carol Rascon coordinates care under Every Woman Counts at six clinics in Imperial County, a sun-beaten swath of rural communities along the Mexican border east of San Diego.

    Cuts to breast cancer program wider than expected

  • • At least $500 million has been spent since 9/11 on renovating Guantanamo Bay: The spending has transformed what was once a sun-beaten and forgotten Caribbean base into one of the most secure military and prison installations in the world.

    Is the government pushing a 'Drudge Tax'?

  • One, gaunt and sun-beaten, another plump with a cotton ball of white hair, work side by side to ready sandwiches.

    Shock of Gray

  • The spending is part of at least $500 million that has transformed what was once a sun-beaten and forgotten Caribbean base into one of the most secure military and prison installations in the world.

    Guantanamo Bay renovations cost at least $500 million

  • The police deputy, a weathered old man with a scar through his left eyesocket, made it clear that it would be best if I got into his beat-up Ford Fiesta with the lonely siren on top, and venture out into the sun-beaten city to help him.

    Archive 2007-12-01

  • She and her colleagues at 2AdPro Media Solutions, a two-year-old start-up, create ads for scores of U.S. newspapers at assembly-line speed in this steamy, sun-beaten coastal city that aims to be a global publishing hub.

    Why American jobs are being outsourced to India? Because of productivity

  • The face was largely unlined, but freckled and sun-beaten and slightly scarred by smallpox.

    HISTORY: 1776--WASHINGTON'S WAR

  • Like some sun-beaten seafaring captain, Lindsay Owen-Jones has just relinquished the helm of L'Oreal to his successor, while pointing his former mate towards new and uncharted territory.

    Departing L'Oreal CEO Looks To Emerging Markets

  • His self-command had borne many hard trials; but the prime of his life was over now; and strong as he looked, and thought himself, the searching wind had sought and found weak places in a sun-beaten frame.

    Mary Anerley

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