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  • Oddly, though, even though this is what the AP had asked Obama, the wire's earlier version of this story said this: print share

    Correction: Obama Not Ruling Out Nukes In All Circumstances, After All

  • Medtronic said it can't estimate how many such patients have died, but in October 2007 it said five patients 'deaths were possibly caused by the wire's fracture.

    'Pre-emption' Cited as Major Case Is Tossed

  • I do hope that wire's not too far off the ground, otherwise if they fall off they're in trouble, with no wings.

    New Masthead

  • But one of the wire's creators has a different idea.

    a few good men

  • CP -- do you know that the wire's rhonda pearlman (deirdre lovejoy) was in The Water Children of which you spoke at PH, directed by DP? if not, it's cool to know, if so, sorry about that.

    a few good men

  • This time, the seltyr's wire's smile was less than perfunctory.

    Cadmian's Choice

  • There's a tiny hummingbird with a shiny green breast sitting on a telephone wire that connects to the eave just above my office window . . . the wire's moving all over the place, but he's not letting go for anything.

    WIL WHEATON dot NET: 1.5: February 2005 Archives

  • Then, in a moment, he pushed the plug at the other end back into its familiar socket, and, taking the wire's two bared ends, he attached them to the metal stand of Miss Stephens's big hanging birdcage.

    Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine

  • Wearing his father's spare jacket, the one whose sleeves were a little frayed and whose stars had lost their luster, he took up his pole and set his balancing foot firmly on the cable, letting his toes listen until they had memorized every note, every nuance of tempo, in the wire's hard, ethereal hum.

    Villa Incognito

  • Basically, these are a grenade on a stick; and if the trip wire's tripped, fragments are thrown in all directions.

    CNN Transcript Oct 20, 2001

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