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  • Yet wherever one goes in the Arab world, one finds bookstores well-stocked with Chomsky, offering another generation the same paranoid notions of American policy that mesh so neatly with an already paranoid political culture.

    From Chomsky to bin Laden

  • The wine announcement came after a nearly yearlong review into whether the government's well-stocked cellar, used to entertain heads of state and other dignitaries, is "appropriate to the contemporary environment."

    U.K. Heads to Cellar

  • At one end of a long room was a well-stocked bar tended by a Chinese madam who assessed prospective customers with a practiced calculus.

    The Longest War

  • United are only one point away from overtaking Liverpool on 19 league titles and can guarantee Champions League football next term but, unlike their Anfield rivals, they are well-stocked on the left and right of midfield and in Young's preferred position behind the lead striker.

    Liverpool edge ahead of Manchester United in £15m race for Ashley Young

  • At one end of a long room was a well-stocked bar tended by a Chinese madam who assessed prospective customers with a practiced calculus.

    The Longest War

  • Knowles, not bothering to ask their preferences, fetched a bottle of cognac and four snifters from a well-stocked bar and poured out a decent measure for each of them, before seating himself next to the assistant, whom he called Maj or Maja, Regan not quite catching whether the name ended in a vowel.

    O: A Presidential Novel

  • Boyan's mother already had a well-stocked basement with sacks of flour, sugar, jars of pickled vegetables, fruit compotes, milk powder, and bottles of cooking oil.

    Narrative Magazine's Friday Feature: Aggie Zivaljevic's 'Where Is My Boy?'

  • Aid workers say government-run evacuation centers are clean and well-stocked—some even have stockpiles of pet food for rescued dogs and cats—but they lack privacy, and are often difficult to heat.

    Hunting for Permanent Homes

  • Boyan's mother already had a well-stocked basement with sacks of flour, sugar, jars of pickled vegetables, fruit compotes, milk powder, and bottles of cooking oil.

    Narrative Magazine's Friday Feature: Aggie Zivaljevic's 'Where Is My Boy?'

  • Knowles, not bothering to ask their preferences, fetched a bottle of cognac and four snifters from a well-stocked bar and poured out a decent measure for each of them, before seating himself next to the assistant, whom he called Maj or Maja, Regan not quite catching whether the name ended in a vowel.

    O: A Presidential Novel

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