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  • Expressen said the elder Mr. Breivik often fell silent during what it described as a two-hour interview.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Calling the two-hour return of The Event a nonevent is too easy, so let's just say it went over like a sumo wrestler trying to pole-vault.

    Ratings: The Event Isn’t an Event

  • But inevitably, I had to be honest and call the two-hour event what it actually was: speed dating.

    Kerry Weber: Catholic Speed Dating Gone Awry

  • Rather than rule immediately, Judge Shipman called a two-hour recess to allow himself time to consult with Judge Betts.

    Hanging Captain Gordon

  • Unions criticised the package and in an early sign of possible opposition to the Monti government, FIM-CISL, a union representing metal workers, said it would call a two-hour strike Wednesday.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • The U.S. Office of Education mandated that civics classes in public schools play the two-hour program for students.

    A Renegade History of the United States

  • I would arrive at her house ready to hang out for the night, only to spend hours sitting next to her on the couch as she took a two-hour conference call.

    Times Two

  • There has been no decision — in fact that really was not the discussion — as to whether it will come out yet, who's voting for it, who's voting against it, Majority Leader Dean Skelos said immediately after Friday's two-hour conference.

    N.Y. marriage bill hits snags on religion questions

  • A fortuitous rediscovery in his archives led to this: a two-hour distillation of a visit with the Greatest at his training camp in Deerlake, Pa., where Mr. Perich was invited to shoot an encounter among the heavyweight champ, writer Victor Bockris and publisher Andrew Wylie .

    Bombshells and Boxers

  • There was a big storm that particular night, and Donald Byrd came through Chicago and was going to drive from Chicago to Milwaukee, Wisconsin--it's really not that far, like a two-hour drive or something like that.

    Mike Ragogna: Tribute To Miles: A Conversation With Herbie Hancock

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