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  • Howard W. Tindall Jr., Apollo Data Priority Coordination, to a long list of individuals at the MSC, “Subject: How we will handle the effects of mascons on the LM lunar surface gravity alignments,” July 14, 1969, NASA Manned Spacecraft Center, copy in Historical Archives, University of Houston—Clear Lake.

    First Man

  • As she closed the letter, a severe pain overcame her and a gush of amniotic fluid ran down her leg. Dr. Vernon Noble, who had had to be called in, said, “Well, I cannot save the child, but we will try to save the mother.”

    First Man

  • Please be advised that we will take the necessary legal action against you if you do not make an attempt to contact Mr. Watkins after this holiday weekend.

    Miss Misery

  • Dr. Angelou reminds us that our values are demonstrated by what we will not tolerate.

    I Used to Have a Handle on Life But It Broke

  • As we will see, the creation of SEMs and of holistic experiences raises a range of structural and strategic issues and the key organizational issue of how to build an experience-oriented organization.

    Experiential Marketing

  • When all ten lectures have been copied and memorized, we will take an exam: each of us will stand in the front of a bus filled with the rest of our group and recite a part of the tour chosen at random by Maria Mikhailovna.

    A Mountain of Crumbs

  • “Tomorrow, November seventh,” she says, “all across the Soviet Union, from our glorious capital to the permafrost of the Siberian taiga, we will celebrate the anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution.”

    A Mountain of Crumbs

  • If handled correctly, nostalgia is a powerful emotion-building tool, and we will see it used in a variety of FEEL campaigns in chapter 5.27

    Experiential Marketing

  • The magic will last until noon tomorrow, when the train will arrive at its final destination, Stankovo, and we will step into the bustle of the station, into the arms of my aunt, uncle, and cousins.

    A Mountain of Crumbs

  • There is another passenger, Luda, from the small town of Kaluga, which we will pass later this evening.

    A Mountain of Crumbs

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  • This was a slogan of Howard Dean during the 2004 campaign.

    March 5, 2009

  • "We will encourage creative expression among youth using forms popular with them. We will encourage collaboration and understanding among youth, and between youth and other community sectors. We will offer alternatives to negative circumstances and destructive activities. We will achieve this through cultivating consistent participation in workshops and events designed to foster creative, collaborative, and positive values and practices."

    This is from a grant application document I am editing. The drafter's (Churchillian?) repetition of we will sticks out like dogs' balls to me. I wonder why he didn't notice it.

    February 27, 2009