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  • adj. Of, pertaining to, or produced today

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Examples

  • In making the shift to cope with what he called today's "incredibly challenging fiscal times," the NASA chief said he had no choice except to look for "the best science return for our dollar," while at the same more-closely coordinating the specific goals of robotic missions to eventual human exploration of Mars.

    NASA Seeks Cuts to Unmanned Missions

  • Labour is calling today's event the "march of the mainstream".

    Protest march against coalition cuts expected to attract 300,000

  • What constitutes "fair," of course, is not something people entirely agree on, but fairness is everywhere the watchword of today's radicals.

    A New Social Contract

  • MK says that the word for today's challenge is unconventional, and "you picked the most conventional materials and you put them in conventional shapes."

    Holly Cara Price: Rubbernecking Recap: Project Runway, Episode 2 "My Pet Project"

  • It's fair game to label today's Republicans as in Terrance Heath's words "Death's Own Party."

    Richard (RJ) Eskow: Killing Us Softly

  • And yet those same words, about greed and the lack of true spirituality, could be referring to today's world, right here right now.

    E. Nina Rothe: Johanna Demetrakas' Crazy Wisdom: Can It Ever Be?

  • The presentation can be viewed in the Webcast section of APAC's IR website by clicking on the link shown under the title of today's event.

  • The traders are calling today's report neutral to bearish for

  • As the title of today's webinar suggests, everyone needs a living will and a health care proxy.

    Forbes.com: News

  • Reuters is calling today's activities "the biggest protests so far against President Bashar al-Assad," as the uprising extends into its fifth month: Police fired live ammunition and teargas in the capital, Damascus, killing five people, and in southern Syria near the Jordanian border, where four people were killed, witnesses and activists said.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

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