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  • Our plan was to meet Saturday morning to continue shopping at a few of Larry's well-cultivated Hudson River Valley haunts.

    Steve Poses: On the Table: Farm Stands of New York's Hudson River Valley

  • Oh, and a well-cultivated sense of the absurd helps as well.

    Marshall Fine: HuffPost Review: Tamara Drewe

  • Seriously, couldn't they have saved some money and maintained their well-cultivated stinginess by opting for an efficiency in Eastern Market?

    HUFFPOST HILL - Steve King, Golden Voices And Smelly New Hampshire

  • Toby Harnden -- who seems to spend his time penning articles like "Does Barack Obama want to be re-elected in 2012?" and reading his suspiciously long and well-cultivated Wikipedia entry that we're in no way suggesting he wrote himself -- posted a completely speculative piece this morning saying that incoming White House Chief of Staff Bill Daley ousted Robert Gibbs.

    HUFFPOST HILL - Steve King, Golden Voices And Smelly New Hampshire

  • Plant it in rich, well-cultivated and free-draining soil, ideally in a sunny spot.

    Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's horseradish recipes

  • I discovered that Ballard is rather a specialist in this subject, and that his well-cultivated and very sensitive paranoia really makes him somewhat of a prophet; you know, he wrote the novel in 1975, and now the novel is being slowly caught up by reality.

    Ballardian » ‘You are Hochhaus!’: Ballard in Berlin

  • Yet the White Stripes remain the most conflicted of media darlings: unlike most of their blue-collar peers, they have a well-cultivated look, an artistic sensibility, and a mythology that makes the Stripes a concept as much as a band almost like a garage-rock KISS.

    Chuck Klosterman on Rock

  • After a few miles the bare steppe was giving way to large, well-cultivated fields, with beasts and peasants labouring away, the road improved, and presently, on an eminence ahead of us there was a great, rambling timbered mansion with double wings, and extensive outbuildings, all walled and gated, and the thin smoke of a village just visible beyond.

    The Sky Writer

  • Hillary will stick with folks just like Dubya does on the basis of loyalty independent of competence worst of all she can't control Bill whatsoever, according to this article she has a blindspot where he is concerned ... here is an excerpt: questions lingered about how she managed her campaign, with the internal sniping and second-guessing undermining her well-cultivated image as a steady-at-the-wheel chief executive surrounded by a phalanx of loyal and efficient aides.

    SurveyUSA: Hillary Way Ahead In Pennsylvania Primary

  • With a track record like no other -- not to mention a well-cultivated, folksy manner -- Buffett gets a pass in the eyes of the media.

    Yvette Kantrow: The Exception


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