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- The "plebiscite" turned out to be a solemn farce in which all who approved the Dictatorship were permitted to register their approval while those contrarily minded found no space .
- Quite contrarily, however, for purposes of time-saving and efficiency, wholesale drug and chemical firms in Manhattan decided last week to try a uniform 12 to 1 lunch hour .
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News & Articles
- BLM considers changes at The Wave after recent fatalities
The Bureau of Land Management is evaluating safety options after Monday’s fatality brought to three the number of people who have died hiking this month near The Wave rock formation, known worldwide for its scooped-out valleys of vibrant sandstone. Among the wide range of options being considered: adding trail markers, boosting cellular phone coverage, increasing access permits, and, contrarily ...
July 24, 2013 - The Salt Lake Tribune