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  • r  in an alternating sequence or position
    They were deglycerolized by alternately centrifuging and mixing
    he planted fir and pine trees alternately

  • HER PAST HAS COME BACK TO HAUNT Dimitra Liani-Papandreou, and it is alternately amusing and scandalizing her fellow Greeks.
  • At 31, he was the youngest mayor in Detroit's history alternately dubbed "King Kwame" and the nation's first "hip-hop mayor" and seemed to embody the glamorous lifestyle of .
  • Leadership of the resistance movement was provided by prisoners from the western Ukraine, former guerrilla fighters who had alternately fought the Nazis and the Soviets in a .
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  • Facebook's Complaint Process Is Arbitrary — But So Is Campaigning
    Bennett Haselton writes "After initial abuse reports failed to shut down some anti-women and pro-rape pages on Facebook, a wider lobbying campaign succeeded in prompting a Facebook policy change. This has been alternately hailed as a vindication of the campaigner's cause, or derided as proof that Facebook can be cowed by humorless feminists. In reality, the success of the campaign was most ...
    June 14, 2013 - Slashdot
  • The Silver Cord
    Alternately hilarious and heart-stopping, Sidney Howard's 'The Silver Cord' tells the story of the sweetly tyrannical, Mrs. Phelps - the "mother of all mothers."
    June 11, 2013 - New York Times
  • Iain Banks | Scottish writer, 59
    Iain Banks, 59, who alternately wowed and disturbed readers with his dark jokes and narrative tricks, died early Sunday. In April, he announced that he was terminally ill with gall bladder cancer and that his soon-to-be released novel, The Quarry, would be his last.
    June 11, 2013 -

  • Ed Rendell in Towanda Daily Review
    What you saw was a number of people who have alternately been brainwashed or threatened into submission,said Mr. Rendell.
  • Steve Squyres in San Diego Union Tribune
    The combination suggests that this was not a deep-water environment but more of a salt flat, alternately wet and dry,Squyres said.
  • Friedrich Engels in Socialist Worker Online
    No wonder Karl Marx's collaborator Frederick Engels described American political parties as "two great gangs of political speculators, who alternately take possession of the state power and exploit it by the most corrupt means and for the most...

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