• There is no you outside of your being-in-the-world.

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  • This is all pretty well unsubstantiated at this point, but evidence is building that HTC has a couple heretofore-unknown codenames in the works -- Leo and Mega -- that are being prepped to help usher in the wide world of Windows Mobile 6.5.

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  • In that speech he called Americans "morons" and accused them of being the worst human-rights violators in the world, in part because of the Clinton administration's raid on the Branch Davidian compound in Waco, Texas in 1993.


  • This diverse but well-connected group have the advantage being able to invest in innumerable for-profit Christian businesses around the world that seek to achieve spiritual and social aims.

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  • But what always impresses me about Cambridge is the sense that all kinds of bridges are now being built between world-class science in the university and the commercial world.

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  • Numerical targets lead to managed trade, which flies in the face of the free market system, most notably by deviating from the principles of economic efficiency and well-being embodied in the World Trade Organization (WTO) Agreement.


  • "To move a country like the United States -- in the eyes of all countries around the world -- from being perceived as one of the most belligerent Americas ever to one that decides it wants to work with the rest of the world -- that is the real definition of a path towards peace, " iReporter Egberto Willies said.

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  • In addition to being one of the best places in the world for up-close encounters with chimpanzees, Mahale Mountains National Park, nestled on the Lake Tanganyikan shoreline in western Tanzania, is absolutely stunning.

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  • In Britain the in-store network being built by Tesco, the world's third-biggest retailer, is at an earlier stage.

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  • While the rest of the papers are falling over themselves to cover the launch of Apple's new iPod video, the Sun brings us news of another radical innovation in the MP3 world - the possibility of a music player being implanted in a woman's breasts.


  • The Funai is being played at two par-72 courses in the Walt Disney World Resort, the Palm and Magnolia, for the first two rounds.

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  • The 30-year-old Pietersen is looking forward to having a break before the World Cup - which is being held in India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh - begins on 19 February.

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  • Henson has signed a five-month deal as medical cover for the three-times French champions after being released from his Saracens contract - but admits he could stay in France after the Rugby World Cup.

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  • So, as big as all of Beijing's spending programs are--they could end up being about 18% of GDP and the largest in the world on a percentage basis--they are not enough to stop the country's accelerating decline for more than a few quarters.

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  • Today Easterlin published a new paper concluding that in 37 countries across the world, rich and poor, well-being has not gone up in conjunction with income over the long term.

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  • On the other hand, this project is being pushed by people who in the last quarter-century built the world's fastest-growing industry from nothing.

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  • The Spaniard, who dropped to third-best in the world after being sidelined for over two months with a knee injury, said he was pleased with his physical preparation for the major that starts on August 31.

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  • His form through 2008 resulted in him being named Fifa World Player of the Year in January - only a month after he won the Ballon d'Or as the European Player of the Year.

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  • The former England captain made his last international appearance as a substitute in the 3-0 win over Belarus in October 2009 and injury prevented him being available to play in the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.

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  • All this threatens the deployment of municipal Wi-Fi networks which are now being deployed in cities around the world by companies such as Google and Earthlink.

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  • The 24-year-old was not selected for the World Cup being played in India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh, but told coach Andy Flower about his sexuality before the tournament started this month.

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  • For as he himself points out, these are industries, jobs, that are currently being done by low-wage labour in other parts of the world.

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  • The Internet's greatest advantage -- its capability to cheaply beam content to any computer anywhere in the world -- is the same reason it's being so highly regulated by the IOC.

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  • The mighty Rovio is being beaten by dozens of 1-3 man development teams in the revenue charts across the world.

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  • Zeballos, meanwhile, reached the second ATP World Tour final of his career -- the other being in St.

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  • In October of that year, the Brazil-born striker, furious at being omitted from the squad to play Russia in a World Cup qualifier, sat with other unselected players, but left the stadium before the final whistle and was disciplined by the German Football Association.

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  • Interesting new alliances are being formed in the attempt to calm markets in the short-term and to tackle the fundamental problems in the world economy after that.

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  • While the foregoing litany illustrates the mindset of many in the Bush Administration on the irrelevance of a rigorous technology security policy in the so-called post-Cold War world, the specific device being used to force reckless decontrol actions through the U.S. government warrants special mention.

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  • The OECD describes its mission as to "promote policies that will improve the economic and social well-being of people around the world" and "provides a forum in which governments can work together to share experiences and seek solutions to common problems".

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  • According to Bueno de Mesquita the papal election can also be compared to decision-making in large publicly traded companies, with the accompanying level of cronyism and reward-seeking and lesser concern for the general well-being of the broad constituency be it the shareholders or in this case the world's 1.2 billion Catholics.

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