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  • Following the COHA stylebook, which might be characterized as Inflated Le Monde, the writer makes her case in a tangle of labyrinthine sentences, which end in bloopers that would never occur if she were required to rely upon simple declarative sentences.

    Council on Hemispheric Affairs

  • Rangers Deal Figure Is Called 'Inflated' Jaws dropped Monday when reports surfaced that Fox Sports Southwest had finalized a 20-year, $3 billion deal to broadcast Texas Rangers games.

    George Blanda Filled Football Record Book

  • In "Inflated," he digs deep into history to explain why Americans feel entitled to live beyond their means.

    American Debt Hogs Risk Backlash, Says Ex-Bear Stearns Banker - Bloomberg

  • 'Inflated' reports of new churches also mar Arango's work in Mexico Texas Baptists approve measures to 'restore trust' after Valley scandal

    ABP News

  • Armenia Says Migration Numbers 'Inflated' By Turkey

    Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty

  • World Series Shares Deliver an Inflated View Late-inning heroics and thrilling World Series aside, it was better to be a San Francisco Giant in 2010 than a St. Louis Cardinal in 2011, at least by one measurement.

    Ohio State to Undergo an 'Urban' Renewal

  • Technology-research firm Gartner Inc. places mobile payments in a category called "Peak of Inflated Expectations," and said it is likely the category will move into the "Trough of Disillusionment" within the next year.

    Banks Stumble Along Tech Frontier

  • LONDON --Inflated prices of food and fuel present the biggest threat to Asia's economic development, yet governments will be hard-pressed to limit rises through currency intervention.

    Interview: Inflation is a Threat to Asia's Rise

  • More IRT: Catch Me If You Can Heard: India's Inflated Monetary-Policy Challenge At the same time, price pressures seem to have become entrenched in Asia's third-largest economy, with inflation rising in August at its fastest pace in 13 months.

    RBI Raises Key Interest Rate

  • Inflated income levels, fake home appraisals and other lies inserted into mortgage documents -- something Wall Street and Washington have long suspected, but never truly investigated -- could then be used to force big banks to buy back the garbage they peddled in the first place to unwitting investors.

    Foreclosure Fraud: Megabanks At Risk As Analyst Identifies New Problems With Mortgages

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