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  • ...e ideological spectrum, now a division of the [[Washington Post|Washington Post Company]]
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  • ...ost Company''' is a diversified media group, built from the ''[[Washington Post]]'' newspaper, which published magazines such as [[Newsweek]], owns televis
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  • Major U.S. weekly newsmagazine and web publisher, owned by the [[Washington Post Company]]
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  • ...e Group]], which is the [[World Wide Web]] content arm of the [[Washington Post Company]]
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  • ...atism|fiscal]] and [[social conservative]],, a ''Washington Post'' publication, said he moved more toward the center in the gubernatorial ra | publisher =, a Washington Post company
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  • ...igns. Now it's the Bush Administration doing the deed.|work=The Washington Post|date=1991-04-14|accessdate=2016-02-01}}</ref> depict this operation as an a | journal = Washington Post
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  • ...athaway]], Edison International, City National Corporation, The Washington Post Company, and Western Asset Trusts, [[RAND Corporation]] (formerly chair), [
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  • ...tion Church]], created as a conservative alternative to the ''[[Washington Post]]''
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  • ...[Washington, D.C.]] was down to a single major daily newspaper after the ''Washington Star'' ceased operations, and, even though there were some questions about ...ince 1985, is one of the better-sourced [[national security]] reporters in Washington. When he writes opinion pieces, they are often "hard-line" on defense issue
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  • ...however, various versions of his early life. He grew up in Mount Vernon, [[Washington]], a farm town that, in the 1960s, had a considerable counterculture compon ...tive positioning of [[Bill O'Reilly]] and [[Sean Hannity]]. The Washington Post quoted television analyst [[Andrew Tyndall]] as calling Beck an "activist"
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  • *Post 9-11 CIA captures of [[High Value Detainee]]s, beginning March 28, 2002; ca ...isher = National Security Archive Electronic Briefing Book No. 127, George Washington University
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  • | title = Bachmania: Michele Bachmann invites tea partiers to Washington for another swig. | url =
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  • weekly print and in Web form, which had been owned by the [[Washington Post Company]]. The Editor has been [[Fareed Zakaria]].
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  • == Washington Post analysis == ...alled "Top Secret America: a hidden world growing beyond control"<ref name=post>{{citation
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  • .... Edwards, a wealthy trial lawyer famous for winning lawsuits against drug companies and other large corporations, served a term as senator for North Carolina ''Washington Post'']</ref>
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  • | journal-Washington Post | url =}}</ref> In 2004, it became a campa
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  • ...onal lawsuit against Rep. [[Jim McDermott]] ([[U.S. Democratic Party|R-]][[Washington ]]). ...ected in 2010, often with [[Tea Party movement]] support. The ''Washington Post'' reported that he supports a new set of rules for the operation of the Hou
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  • ...mericans and whites," concluded Dan Balz and Tim Craig in ''The Washington Post.'' "The results left Clinton, the one-time front-runner for the Democratic ...a]], Senator from Illinois since 2005, presented himself as a post-racial, post-partisan contender of universal appeal, promising to end the old politics a
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  • ...]], in a complex deal in which the White House favored a consortium of oil companies over Tamraz's project for oil production in [[Central Asia]]. Heslin, acc ...o the [[Foreign Oil Companies Group]] by [[Robert Baer]] and by Washington Post reporting. <ref name=WaPo>{{citation
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  •, a ''Washington Post'' site, says he is not well known, but, in his 14th term, he is " an effica | publisher =, a [[Washington Post]] company
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  • ...ety of operations, as technical means of collection became more popular in Washington. ...possible new (after 1993) Russian military coup against [[Boris Yeltsin]]. Washington, however, told him that it fully supported the Yeltsin government.
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  • | journal = WhoRunsGov, a [[Washington Post]] company | journal = Washington Post
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  • Critic Catherine P. Lewis of ''The Washington Post'' felt that Gaga was a highly competent songwriter with a terrific voice wh |publisher= The Washington Post
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  • | publisher =, a [[Washington Post]] company}}</ref> "It changes you. The place, the deployment changes you. T ...r’s in international relations from Stanford University before moving to Washington to become a Hill staffer.
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  •|publisher=The Washington Post|date=1999-03-21|url=}}</re|publisher=The Washington Post|date=1993-12-27|url=
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  • be reliable for the ''Washington Post'''s article, but the ''Washington Post'' proved that the interview had been given. The ASRG, that formerly had dec ...he method for free to open source mail relay software such as sendmail and postfix, but to insist on every admin using that software on applying by fax for
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  • also been influenced by the Japanese Foreign Office, which in the early post-war years provided the U.S. government with several pamphlets about the Jap ...18, 1965, when the South Korean President [[Park Chung-hee]] was visiting Washington, the U.S. Secretary of State [[Dean Rusk]] proposed a compromise in which J
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  • ...k discounts for prescription drugs. It sustains the exemption of insurance companies from antitrust laws.</blockquote> | journal = Washington Post
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  • the [[2009 Afghanistan presidential election]] and eventually left his post, in late 2009, under disputed circumstances. In April 2010, [[Hamid Karzai] | url =
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  • ...or-in-chief of the Slate Group, the [[World Wide Web]] arm of [[Washington Post Company]]. He joined Slate in 1996, then succeeded [[Michael Kinsley]] as i ...rgument against Buchanan is his ostensible affection for [[fascism]]. Even posthumously, he defends the Falangist strain of [[Francisco Franco ]], the "sol
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  • | publisher =, a [[Washington Post]] company}}</ref> With respect to Democrats, he said they are too focused He was one of only 11 congressmen to vote against a $52 billion post-[[Hurricane Katrina]] aid package.
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  • ...ds of the Department of Defense for his roles in designing a NATO-centered post-Cold War European security system and in reestablishing defense and militar | url =
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  • The role of the postwar CIA, which took over the intelligence gathering and analytical activitie | url =
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  • ...o spy on us down to the bossy letters from your children's school, will be posted on WikiLeaks for the whole world to see. And that, Assange believes, will ...ines much of WikiLeaks' style. Other sites, such as [[Cryptome]], had been posting leaked documents for years before WikiLeaks appeared, but without the pu
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  • ...nstructed the law enforcement community to use it as a template to craft a companion product addressing the vulnerabilities of the US domestic drug trade.</bl ...d "the CIA was aware of allegations that 'dozens of people and a number of companies connected in some fashion to the contra program' were involved in drug tr
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  • ...and Reformation Committee, told Peter Bergen, of CNN, he accuses them of apostasy, an extremely serious charge in Sharia.<ref name=NYT2001-11-17>{{citatio | journal = The Washington Post | date = February 21, 2001
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  • ...wdsourcing: tracking the rise of the amateur|accessdate=2007-04-27}}</ref> post which was published on 24 May, 2006. This predates the Wired Article<ref>H ...s research that the concept predates the inception of the word. In a blog post by Howe<ref>Howe, Jeff. 02 June 2006. {{cite web|url=http://crowdsourcing
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  • ...during the Iran–Iraq War''' as a counterbalance to [[Iranian Revolution|post-revolutionary]] [[Iran]]. The support took the form of technological aid, [ ...41-2002Dec29&notFound=true U.S. Had Key Role in Iraq Buildup] [[Washington Post]], [[December 30]], 2002</ref> [[Richard Haass]], however, who was senior d
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  • | journal = Washington Post | url =}}</ref> A civ
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  • ...ington Post'' read: ‘Hormone may be key to diabetes’.<ref>''Washington Post'' Jan 18, 2001</ref> The hormone was ''resistin'', secreted from adipocytes ...s ''Curr Mol Med'' 10:522-32 PMID 20642443</ref> Some workers find that in postmenopausal women plasma adiponectin concentrations associate inversely with
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  • ...ington Post]] | page = C1 | date = 2008-09-08 | url = | accessdate = 2 ...d to disclose in gubernatorial disclosure filings.[]
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  • ...occasional tennis reporter for the ''Boston Globe'' and ''New York Evening Post'', in a 1934 ''[[Esquire]]'' magazine article: Thirteen years later, the ''Washington Post'' of September 5, 1962, reported that Beasley was still at work on an updat
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  • | title = Winning Washington by Empowering Americans ...rowth plus the rate of inflation; provide taxpayers the option of filing a post-card sized return using a low, flat tax rate of 15%
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  • On 29 August 1978, [[Hissène Habré]] was given the post of prime minister of Chad, replacing [[Félix Malloum]] in that position; M ...é deposed Oueddei on 7 June 1982 and the FAN leader became president; the post of prime minister was abolished. There followed a period of turmoil. Habré
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  • | title = Obama Close to Choosing Clinton, Jones for Key Posts | journal = Washington Post
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  • ...ks or other means...I advocate administering and enforcing strict fines on companies that hire illegal should never be driven to hire ill | url =
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  • In Washington Post interviews with Khalid al-Hubayshi, a prisoner released in 2006, al-Hubaysh | journal = Washington Post
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  • ...[[Washington, D.C.]] and also publishing on the [[World Wide Web]], the '''Washington Examiner''' is a news outlet of generally [[American conservatism|conservat | title = Weekly Standard acquired by Washington Examiner parent company
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  • ...rotein, then how could there be so many different proteins? A ''Washington Post'' reporter explained: |publisher= Washington Post
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  • ...famous source of leaks to [[Bob Woodward]] and [[Carl Bernstein]]. Gray's posthumously-published Watergate book, ''In Nixon's Web'', disputes this claim, ...ember of the [[Order of the Coif]]. He was admitted to practice before the Washington D.C. Bar in 1949; later he was admitted to practice law by the Connecticut
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  •]], International Security Program, 1988-1991; [[CNN]] and [[Washington Post]] columnist; book author
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  • ...rican Enterprise Institute]], who has held a number of U.S. defense policy posts, and is recognized for his [[neoconservatism|neoconservative]] ideology. A ...ent, as a staff member to Senator Henry Jackson ([[Democratic Party|D-]][[Washington|WA]]) (1969-1980), focusing on promoting the "Star Wars" [[ballistic missil
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  • ...ITZ, Joseph E.''More Instruments and Broader Goals: Moving toward the Post-Washington Consensus,'' <small>,in WIDER ''Perspectives on Global Development'', Unite ...rkets'', Proceeding of the World Bank Conference on Development Economics, Washington, D.C., World Bank, 1993: pp. 41–46.
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  • in influencing policy against [[Saddam Hussein]] and in establishing a post-Saddam government. His loyalties have not been clear, and, while he was onc ...influence" rather than under direct control of the Iranian government. His companies maintained offices in Tehran.
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  • .... in ICCF-14 International Conference on Condensed Matter Nuclear Science, Washington, DC.</ref> ...te obfuscations."<ref>Park R (1991) The Fizzle in the Fusion, ''Washington Post'' p. B4.</ref> Francis Slakey, the Science Policy Administrator of the ''Am
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  • ...tion's vetting procedures.<ref>''Huffington Post'': '[ Judd Gregg withdrawa | journal = Washington Post
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  • ...often attributed to [[Philip Graham]], former publisher of the Washington Post. At the time of his death, in August, 1963, a number of reporters and edito ...the rise of journalism, [[newspaper]]s and [[public affairs]] reporting, accompanied the rise of modern [[state|nation state]]s, [[civil society|civil societi
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  • | publisher = University of Washington Press | year = 2001 ...elieved that Muslims needed to live in the same way as the Prophet and his Companions. It was influenced by [[Wahhabism|Wahhabi]] thinking.
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  •," ''Washington Post'' December 14, 2007 online at [] </ref> ...e war.<ref>Hal Brands, "Wartime Recruiting Practices, Martial Identity and Post-world War II Demobilization in Colonial Kenya." ''Journal of African Histor
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  • ...1/c1ccdbea-32a7-11e3-8627-c5d7de0a046b_story.html|publisher=The Washington Post|accessdate=14 October 2013}}</ref>
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  • | journal = Washington Post ...`between 1987 and 1989, French intelligence planted moles in several U.S. companies, including IBM. In the fall of 1991, a French intelligence team attempted
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  • ...the United States could change. Even Tunisia, a staunch U.S. ally, pushed Washington for a more energetic pursuit of Middle East peace, but was disappointed.<re ...States, the USSR, and France, while still maintaining their independence. Washington's support of Israel, however, strained North African-U.S. relations. Regio
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  • ...inancial assistance to developing countries <ref> John Williamson, , "What Washington Means by Policy Reform", in J. Williamson, ed., ''Latin American Adjustment ...nk's World Development Report 2000)]</ref> <ref> John Williamson ''Did the Washington Consensus Fail?'' Outline of speech at the Center for Strategic & Internati
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  • {{r|Tidal W. McCoy}} DFF Vice Chairman, is Chairman of Washington Capital Partners and a former Vice President of Government Relations for Th ...of Mission Group Kansas, Inc., a 501(c)3 non-profit company that provides post-secondary training
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  • ...Media]], a collaboration of blogs. She is a columnist for the [[Washington Post]]. While Pajama Media is an eclectic combination of writers, its staff and Starting from a ''[[New York Post]]'' article by [[Matt Welch]],<ref name=NYP>{{citation
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  • '''Hassan Nemazee''' (1950-) was born in Washington, D.C., the son of a wealthy Iranian shipping executive; he became a U.S. ci | journal = Washington Post
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  • [[Frederick C. Roecker, Jr.]] was born in [[Walla Walla]], [[Washington]] on 11 July 1919. His family had a long tradition of military service. His Fred Roecker enlisted in the Washington National Guard on 27 Sep 1934 and served until 27 Jun 1938 in F Company, 16
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  • {{Image|Updated deepwater poster, circa 2006.jpg|right|350px|Poster of Project Deepwater's projects approximately a year prior to management | url=
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  • ...the Korean Service of Radio Free Asia in 2007; 25 years with ''Washington Post''
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  • ...ess. The precise cost for companies to participate is unknown. Examples of companies participating and offering their products include [[Logitech]], [[Microso ...e given to Vine members free of charge. In return, members are required to post reviews for 80 percent of the received items before ordering new ones.
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  • Russia's Gay Community.] Anton Troianovski. August 11, 2007. Washington Post. Retrieved: August 11, 2007</ref>
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  • ...state/20010513mound4.asp Burial Mound to Get Historical Marker, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 2001-05-13].</ref> ...mpany]] won a grant of 200,000&nbsp;acres in the upper Ohio valley. From a post at present-day Cumberland, Maryland, the company began to construct an 80-m
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  • ...general's position in 2002. Attorney General John Cornyn was vacating the post to run for the U.S. Senate. (Cornyn won the Senate race that year to succee ...05, Abbott appeared before the [[Supreme Court of the United States]] in [[Washington, D.C.]], where he defended Texas's [[Ten Commandments]] monument, a display
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  • | journal = WhoRunsGov, a Washington Post publication ...h School in 1962. He continued his education in Washington, D.C. at George Washington University. After completing his accounting degree in 1966, he went on to t
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  • | url = From 2002 through 2006, the ''[[Associated Press]]'', the ''[[Washington Post]]'', and various [[non-governmental organization]]s tried to identify the d
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  • | url = ...risk and insurance services firm which is a subsidiary of Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc., a trustee on the Economic Club of New York, and a board member of
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  • * A ''[[Washington Post]]'' reviewer discussed how Ginsberg and Crenson charted the declining impor Ginsberg has criticized the Washington political climate as "toxic", characterized by a "cycle of attack and count
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  • After several decades of research by universities, companies, and research groups, Multi-Touch Technology (MTT) exploded onto the comm In 2010, numerous companies are producing smartphones with multi-touch screens, many of which are loo
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  • ...d regulations intended to protect against financial irregularity in public companies. It was the major U.S. government response to major corporate failures th ...s [[Information and Communications Technology]] (ICT). Other sections that companies find challenging include [[#Section 303: Improper influence in conduct of
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  • ...r addressing farm profitability, a Gallup Poll printed in the ''Washington Post'' revealed that a majority of the American public opposed the AAA.<ref>Barr
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  • ...ook of North American Indians, Volume 8|publisher=Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.|id=}} ...Alan|title=Federal Aid for Churches is Criticized|publisher=The Washington Post|pages=A25|date=December 3, 2004|
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  • [[Image:Coal-wpa.jpg|thumb|300px|WPA poster by Isadore Popoff, 1937]] ...asons. Dirty, lifeless towns have become vibrant, growing places. Jobs and companies have begun transferring their headquarters to the state, and Pennsylvania
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  • ...Babb: Superhuckster", ''Los Angeles Times''; reprinted in ''The Washington Post'', 11 November 1977, p.23.</ref> (near [[Wilmington, Ohio|Wilmington]]<ref ...l $65 for three hundred window cards, hand-out teaser cards, pennants, and posters. The total came to almost $400, or the same amount the theater owner wou
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  • ...igence collection, although he certainly obtained background. Returning to Washington in 1926, he spent his first six-month assignment in [[communications intell ...came an intelligence officer on the Asiatic Station, first in an intercept post in the Shanghai consulate,<ref>{{citation
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  • ...nt/article/2008/06/05/AR2008060501908.html?hpid=moreheadlines ''Washington Post'' June 6, 2008]</ref>
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  • ...lus of airplanes left over from WWI would be made proper use of by private companies out for a profit, if the planes were not to be sold on the cheap to any a Folger Brown decided to put the airmail service in the hands of private companies. The Kelly Act of 1925 allowed the commercial aviation industry to run it
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  • ...newspaper=Washington Post |date=October 26, 2012 |url= ...Lincoln the Literary Genius'' (first published in ''[[The Saturday Evening Post]]'', February 14, 1959)
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  • ...airo Conference and the final opportunity for the British to determine the postwar future of the Middle East. Like any tourist, the delegation makes the ro ...come the "roof." In early 2004, [[David Ignatius]] wrote in the Washington Post about the offer of Prince Hassan of Jordan, the great nephew of Faisal, to
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  • ...s, ships, [[submarine]]s, or aircraft, or by setting up covert observation posts. Reconnaissance may also be carried out by [[satellite]]s or unmanned airc ...compelling support is found in a preliminary interview <ref> ''Washington Post'' April 27, 2003 article </ref> of Iraqi soldiers. Specifically:
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  • ...donated two million dollars to the project. All three individuals and five companies are active participants in OLPC. In many respects it is the descendant of ...was made after the board reviewed bids from several possible manufacturing companies. The company emphasized that there was a lot of work that remains to be d
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  • | location = Washington DC ...e attempt to call it chemical warfare. For the potential propaganda value, Washington officials objected to the political risk, but there was much demand from Ar
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  • ...[Germany]], [[Spain]], the United States, and Japan. Many large industrial companies and financial institutions are involved and the challenge is to broaden t Self-Sufficiency (April 21, 2006)] From the website of [[The Washington Post]]</ref>
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  • ...aid told LTG [[Ricardo Sanchez]] afterwards, "Well, there's no appetite in Washington to use the word 'insurgency'. And, by the way, we're not 'occupiers', eithe | journal = The Washington Quarterly | date = Spring 2006}}, p. 161</ref>
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  • ...''Inside the Company''. Sam Adams' book ''War of Numbers'' was published posthumously, based on notes he had hidden while a Vietnam analyst. media. Wisner recruited Philip Graham, publisher of the [[Washington Post]], to run the news aspects of the operation.<ref name=MockWis>{{citation
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  • ...grew increasingly concerned that economic regulation protected inefficient companies at the expense of consumers ...der which those packages of bonds were sold to pension funds, insurance companies and other banks. That procedure removed the loans from the balance sheets
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  • | volume = George Washington University National Security Archive Electronic Briefing Book No. 122 | journal = Washington Post
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  • | journal = Washington Post ...ts have made it possible to operate from bare bases. Agreements permitting Washington to use foreign bases reduce the need to start from scratch. Forces are trai
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  • ...inal plan had been to conduct limited air strikes against border operation posts on March 19, along with infiltration, under air cover, of Special Operatio | url =}}</ref> Times w
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  • ...bsp;27,&nbsp;1967, the date of the ''[[Apollo 1]]'' fire, Armstrong was in Washington, D.C., with [[Gordon Cooper]], [[Richard F. Gordon, Jr.|Dick Gordon]], [[Ji ...g served as backup commander for ''[[Apollo 8]]'', Slayton offered him the post of commander of ''Apollo&nbsp;11'' on December&nbsp;23,&nbsp;1968, as ''8''
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  • ...ew entry of MPs <ref>Blair (98-103)</ref>, and they were soon appointed to posts in support of its [[Shadow Cabinet]]. In 1988, Tony Blair joined the shado |''Increasingly, Prime Ministers are like CEOs or chairmen of major companies. They have to set policy direction; they have to see it is followed; they
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  • ...le=Alcohol intake, type of beverage, and risk of breast cancer in pre- and postmenopausal women |journal=Alcohol Clin Exp Res |volume=28|pages=1084-90 |yea ...]] (WHI), a randomized controlled trial, which randomized more than 16,000 postmenopausal women to receive combined hormone therapy or placebo, was halted
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  • ...20-h.p. Liberty engine) with eight American crewmen took off from Seattle, Washington, heading west on the '''first around-the-world flight'''. Once again, the U ...tain’s Empire Airways was flying to India; and France’s Compagnie Aéropostale (later Air France) was flying to North Africa. A nation’s airline indu
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  • of his professional career at MIT except for a leave of absence in [[Washington, D.C.]] during [[World War II]] serving the [[United States Government]]. ...especially stimulating to his better students. He was a popular choice of post-graduate students for supervising their Doctor of Science (Sc.D.) theses. H
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  • ...etter "C". Carriers were originally called aviation cruisers, and various post-WWII ships, by various names, carrying more than a pair of helicopters may After the war, naval arms reduction went into place. Language in the Washington Naval Treaty finally provided an objective definition of one cruiser type.
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  • ...pointed him to the newly created Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, a post which he held until 1900. It was then that he met Theodore Roosevelt for th ...tate Commerce Commission]], established a postal savings bank and a parcel post system, and expanded the civil service. He supported the 16th Amendment by
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  • ...ernor. Ariyoshi's administration was marked by fiscal conservatism as the post-statehood economic boom came to an end. He guided the state through its fir In her book "Washington Place: A First Lady's Story", Jean Ariyoshi credits former police officer L
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  • ...d the Parliament Buildings and Government House. When the British captured Washington in 1814, they burned the Capitol, White House and other public buildings in ...e and Mail]], the [[Toronto Star]], the [[Toronto Sun]] and the [[National Post]]. Toronto's large immigrant population has given birth to a thriving ethni
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  • ...dential Greatness'' (1966) p. 308</ref> His image stands alongside George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and Abraham Lincoln on [[Mount Rushmore]]. ...Liberman, "Theodore Roosevelt as an American Historian." PhD dissertation Washington U. 2004. 482 pp. DAI 2005 65(7): 2736-A. DA3139854 </ref>
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  • ...aval radio station to his laboratory in [[Washington, District of Columbia|Washington]], using a lensed disk scanner with 48 lines per picture, 16 pictures per s ...) viewing screens over a wire link from [[Washington, District of Columbia|Washington]] to [[New York City]], and over-the-air broadcast from Whippany, [[New Jer
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  • ...ty items such as auto parts and electronic components; the [[United States Post Office]] was a consistent customer. Topping out at 79 mph (or 127 km/h, equ ...imilar fast freight service on the 1,875-mile (3,018 kilometer) [[Seattle, Washington|Seattle]]-[[Minneapolis, Minnesota|Minneapolis]] "Tokyo Express" line, whic
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  • were in widespread discredit and many national leaders, led by [[George Washington]], [[Alexander Hamilton]] and [[James Madison]] organized to create a wholl ...control of the militia, appointing one of their members, Colonel [[George Washington]] of Virginia, as commander in chief "of all the continental forces, raised
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  • ...friend [[Jorma Kaukonen]], an adept [[blues music|blues]] guitarist from [[Washington D.C.]] Kaukonen had moved to California in the early Sixties and met Kantne ...d played with Kaukonen in a band named the Triumphs when both lived in the Washington DC area. Casady played his first gig with the Airplane at a college concert
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  • ...nd for the next decade was in demand as a football coach at different army posts. His academic performance was average and he was commissioned a second lie ...etter roads and a transcontinental highway system. The entourage left from Washington and followed a route that approximated the planned Lincoln Highway. The "tr
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  • Twenty years later, California was allowed in the union. Washington, D.C. ended [[slavery]] and the Fugitive Slave Laws were strengthened in 18 ...Edward Burghardt Du Bois]] (February 23, 1868 - August 27, 1963) held many posts during his life. He was a scholar, writer, historian, leader, poet, socio
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  • ...cial and trade flows. The money was not a loan and there was no repayment. Washington spent such vast sums because it was believed to be cheaper than the rearmam ...mps. Britain had won the war, and it had received billions of dollars in postwar loans, but its economy was shattered; bread had to be rationed. Winston
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  • ...can also contribute to the symptoms.<ref name="widom">Widom C.S. (1999). "Posttraumatic stress disorder in abused and neglected children grown up," Americ adult male population. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Washington, Seattle. Cited in Finkelhor, 1990</ref> According to Coffey et al. (1996),
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  • ...purchased by [[Joseph Widener]] to donate to the [[National Gallery]] in [[Washington, DC]] in 1942. Other American museum purchases from Goudstikker include a l ...nd Science. Official investigations, however, confirmed the mishandling of postwar restitutions, and as a result, the Dutch government created the [[Restit
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  • ...“''There can exist but little doubt that the enemy is advancing on this post, from the number of families leaving town today”''. Neill’s forces had ...ill would ''“die in these ditches’'' before they would surrender their post.
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  • days, conducted shakedown training in the [[Chesapeake Bay]]. Following post-shakedown availability at the [[Norfolk Navy Yard]], she put to sea once ag ...ended before she saw any combat action. Instead, she drew duty supporting postwar forces in Japan. On [[7 September]], she stood out of Pearl Harbor to tr
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  • ...uebec's political development. Some French Canadians took minor government posts; most remained in agriculture. Entrepreneurial immigrants from America and ...athized with the Americans and formed regiments that fought under [[George Washington]]. Others supported the British; most though remained neutral. The Britis
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  • ...f theorems that depend for their practical value upon the realism of their postulates. "Modern" trade theory, on the other hand, depends mainly upon ''empi ...pplied to it to model the patterns of trade that would result from various postulated sources of comparative advantage. However, extremely restrictive (and
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  • ...can also be written as horizontal lines (macrons) above the vowels. The "apostrophe" in "Bahá'í" stands for a '''hamzih'' or [[glottal stop]]; otherwise ...obtained a religious sanction for the Báb's execution, on the grounds of apostasy, from three leading Muslim clerics. These appear to have been reluctant,
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