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  • "It's true there were some market barriers last year with Google TV," said Ahn, referring to the well-publicized disappointing sales of Google TV's launch partners Sony and Logitech.

    Forbes.com: News

  • People who called a well-publicized toll-free number got a recorded apology.

    ABC News: Top Stories

  • Sporting a colorful flamenco dress, the 21-year-old pop star talked about her bounty of tattoos and her well-publicized love life.

    Diddy “Ellen” Video: Defends Decision To Lend Home To Chris & Rihanna

  • Plouffe said that O'Donnell - who has drawn ridicule for her well-publicized views on sexual activity and for embellishing her resume - and other tea party favorites are having a "collateral impact" on Republican candidates across the country.

    Democrats assert tea party advantage

  • The Totten Virginicas had only been on the market for three years when Taylor sent some back East in 2008 and scored   a   well-publicized upset, taking first prize in a blind tasting of top eastern oysters at the East Coast Shellfish Grower Association's oyster challenge in Rhode Island.

    The American Oyster Paradise

  • China's investments in Africa are the most well-publicized but, according to the IEA, a third of its recent spending spree has taken place in Latin America.

    A Consumption Conundrum

  • A stunning statistic, considering most divorces in first marriages happen within eight years, and many of us believe the well-publicized line that "over half of all marriages end in divorce."

    Gabe Lyons: Could Same-Sex Marriage Benefit Traditional Marriage?

  • However, while genuflecting to the Moscow gerontocracy, Yeltsin brought a new tone to administration in Sverdlovsk—one of more open communication and well-publicized responsiveness to local concerns.

    The Return

  • Given the fog of propaganda surrounding the Guantánamo prisoners—whom Rumsfeld described on a well-publicized visit to the base on January 27, 2002, as “among the most dangerous, best-trained, vicious killers on the face of the earth”—it may be surprising to learn that only some 5 percent of all the detainees held at Guantánamo were ever apprehended by U.S. forces to begin with.

    The Longest War

  • As a biographer would eventually note, “If not for his well-publicized ranting about integration and Communist influence, few people other than Atlanta-area fried chicken aficionados would ever have heard of Lester Maddox.”

    Burial for a King

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