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ugo-mattei's picture
Nov.27.2008
A dam on the Deduru Oya river, envisioned as early as the 1960ies, during the early internationally-assisted development frenzy, has been finally...
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vicki-nikolaidis's picture
Nov.27.2008
"Ultimately (Larry) Summers was one of the key architects of our financial crisis. Hiring him to fix the economy makes as much sense as...
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terry-spear's picture
Nov.27.2008
My Canadian cousins already celebrated Thanksgiving last month, so now it’s our turn! My shapeshifters wish everyone around the world peace and...
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susan-wiggs's picture
Nov.27.2008
Illustration by Sally Mara Sturman, www.sallymarasturman.com It’s Thanksgiving Day, so I thought it a good time to conclude my little Gratitude...
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mary-lynn-i-archibald's picture
Dec.03.2008
Well, of course you've heard the old canard, "You never appreciate something until it's gone," but I'm here to tell you, it's true. I have...
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paul-west's picture
Dec.03.2008
A few weeks ago, I mentioned to all my faithful readers (all 1 or 2 of you) that I have decided to revise Sweet Revenge again (for the last time - I...
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john-michael-greer's picture
Dec.03.2008
An unusually irritable post to The Archdruid Report.
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louise-marley's picture
Dec.05.2008
From Locus Magazine, December 2008: Borders, already in a weak financial state before the current economy crisis, warned publishers that it will cut...
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brian-mckee's picture
Dec.07.2008
I've been working very sporadically on my outline. Its difficult work because I'm actually trying "feel" the depth of the piece in advance...
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nancy-devine's picture
Dec.08.2008
On November 30 I pasted my entire Nanowrimo document in the word cout widget and zowie, 52,393 words takes a long time to highlight,baby! That's 183...
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jennifer-kathleen-gibbons's picture
Jan.25.2011
The Oscar nominations were just announced, and I am delighted that Toy Story 3 was nominated, but disappointed that Julianne Moore wasn't. (Show As...
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jennifer-kathleen-gibbons's picture
Jan.25.2011
The Oscar nominations were just announced, and I am delighted that Toy Story 3 was nominated, but disappointed that Julianne Moore wasn't. (Show As...
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jo-anne-vandermeulen's picture
Nov.30.2009
"Conquer All Obstacles" is a women's fiction that reads similar to the show ‘Grey's Anatomy'-suspense/romance drives the characters to...
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jt-ellison's picture
Jun.20.2013
I've been struggling mightily with this post, because it discusses behavior -- and as such can be misinterpreted, or twisted, and I don't want either...
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leslie-musoko's picture
May.16.2011
I will make you a better writer the Lord said to me. First I would take everything that matters away from you. This is not a test although it would...
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mylene-dressler's picture
Aug.12.2011
In Boone, North Carolina, a three-mile track of narrow asphalt and iron bridges creek-hops and rolls past meadows, sports fields, the ruin of an...
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tim-wise's picture
Nov.12.2008
Maybe it's my fault. I think I write pretty clearly, but perhaps I don't. In the last few days, ever since I counseled both excitement at the post-...
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leslie-musoko's picture
May.20.2011
All along I thought this inferred I was responsible. That what I had started, created would have a rippling effect and make others follow in my...
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john-newell's picture
Jan.27.2011
Many people experience the frustration of post-nasal drip. It’s especially annoying when you’re trying to sleep and a steady stream of extremely...
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geri-spieler's picture
Jan.23.2013
  Our thanks to author and internet research guru Geri Spieler for this informative guest post. Whether researching info for a book or an...
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