thirty-six-year-old love



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  • Piro, a thirty-six-year-old avid student of Middle Eastern history who had already served tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, would spend the next seven months with the former Iraqi dictator, speaking with him every day for anywhere between five and seven hours.

    The Longest War

  • He was taking their MO colleague Charles Fenn, a thirty-six-year-old former Associated Press war correspondent who had covered the fighting in Burma and who would be sent into French Indochina to launch rumor campaigns against the Japanese.

    A Covert Affair

  • But to run China operations for the OSS, Donovan was bringing in one of his trusted officers, Lieutenant Colonel John Coughlin, a thirty-six-year-old West Pointer from Arizona who was currently working in Burma.

    Wild Bill Donovan

  • The cause of the accident in which thirty-six-year-old Diana and her then lover Dodi Fayed died on August 31, 1997, was, in the end, as mundane as it was obvious.

    William and Kate

  • IN OCTOBER 1929, a thirty-six-year-old Englishwoman named Freya Stark set out for Baghdad from the port of Beirut.

    Day of Honey

  • The first order of business was selection of a chairman, a designation quickly conferred upon Hendrick Wright of Pennsylvania, a thirty-six-year-old former prosecutor and state legislator.

    A Country of Vast Designs

  • The bomber was later revealed to be a thirty-six-year-old Jordanian doctor, Humam Khalil Abu-Mulal al-Balawi, who had been recruited by Jordanian intelligence officials.

    The Scorpion’s Tail

  • It has nothing to do with her being a thirty-six-year-old, bald, anti-Catholic intermittent lesbian who liked to sing about Argentina.

    Chuck Klosterman on Media and Culture

  • They sequenced a sample of USA300, choosing a USA300–0114 isolate from their collection, taken from the wrist abscess of a thirty-six-year-old man whose infection had taken an unusually long time to heal.


  • The isolation and rage of a thirty-six-year-old woman with stage III breast cancer had ancient echoes in Atossa, the Persian queen who swaddled her diseased breast in cloth to hide it and then, in a fit of nihilistic and prescient fury, had a slave cut it off with a knife.

    The Emperor of All Maladies


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