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  • The Inn keeps a well-manned front desk for security reasons and so that donors don't have to make their way through the smells and the misery of masculine failure and hopelessness.

    The Most Wonderfullest Christmas Ever

  • But what the Court loses without Stevens is not merely a reliable center-left vote -- that position will remain well-manned by Justices Ginsburg, Breyer, and Sotomayor -- it's a passionate progressive bedrock, a voice with intellectual energy and moral gravitas that can not just take part in the crucial discussions of our day, but lead them.

    Want Another Warren Court? Try Justice Warren

  • None of it would have been possible before the renovation of the old, cramped Montrachet kitchen into a roomy, bright, well-manned laboratory where Mr. Liebrandt can work his magic.

    Dining, Après Bubble

  • While I was instituting an invidious comparison between this gun and our well-appointed, well-horsed, well-manned artillery at

    The Englishwoman in America

  • Think what a well-funded and professionally-run FEMA, a well-manned National Guard, and a bunch of Navy ships could be doing right now.

    Rebuilding New Orleans? « BuzzMachine

  • It doesn†™ t take a rocket scientist to figure out that democratic nations need a well-manned military.

    Think Progress » O’Reilly Responds: “What I Said Isn’t Controversial. What I Said Needed to Be Said.”

  • Notwithstanding defence budget increases of some 37 per cent over this decade, as reported by the CCPA paper, Canada still has a long way to go to have a well-manned, well-equipped military – this following a "decade of darkness" where the defence budget was cut by some 30 per cent from the years 1994-95 to 1999.

    Steve's paper unstapled again

  • Notwithstanding defence budget increases of some 37 per cent over this decade, as reported by the CCPA paper, Canada still has a long way to go to have a well-manned, well-equipped military – this following a "decade of darkness" where the defence budget was cut by some 30 per cent from the years 1994-95 to 1999.

    Archive 2007-11-01

  • At that point Russ Kingman jumped up and said, "Frank, if those ladies are well-rigged they are always well-manned."

    Appendix B

  • And that reminds me of another question — is it well-found, well-manned, and a good rapid ship to make the voyage?

    Springhaven

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