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  • He told reporters at a late-night press con ference that Libya was ready to hold elections and reform its political system, but only its own people would decide whether Gaddafi could stay at the helm.

    UK paves way for flight of Libyan defectors 2011

  • Michael Kelley for The Wall Street Journal DAVE ANTHONY, in a Treyarch con ference room decorated to resemble a 1960s military 'situation room,' Santa Monica, Calif.

    Commander of the Videogame Battlefield Nick Wingfield 2010

  • Shortly after the con ference, Mr. Gray confronted Mr. Pavin, and a heated, finger-pointing argument ensued.

    Golf Looks for Its Lost Bearings 2010

  • In reference to the conference title wetherefore ask con ference contributors to consider the following questionsamong many possible others: What paths have led the fantastic to its positiontoday and which ones lie ahead?

    CFP: German Fantastic Conference by Gesellschaft für Fantastikforschung, 30 Sept-03 Oct, 2010 2009

  • There is no such thing as seeing him with indif-ference But, so earnestly invited, how could I deny; especially as my cousins were inclinable to go?

    Sir Charles Grandison 2006

  • Yet there are but two years dif-ference in their age: and from sixteen to twenty — four, I believe, women are generally more than two years aforehand with the men in ripeness of under-standing; though, after that time, the men may ripen into a superiority.

    Sir Charles Grandison 2006

  • As I wish not now to be made an idol of, I may the more reasonably expect the constancy due to friendship, and not to be affronted with his indif-ference after I had given him my whole self.

    Sir Charles Grandison 2006

  • Let us be more at large: Why has nature made a dif-ference in the beauty, proportion, and symmetry, in XhQ persons of the two sexes?

    Sir Charles Grandison 2006

  • Within its circum-ference, everything was crushed to a thickness of less than a millimeter.

    The Chronicles of Riddick Foster, Alan Dean, 1946- 2004

  • His attitude remained one of languid indif-ference.

    The Chronicles of Riddick Foster, Alan Dean, 1946- 2004


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