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f law luhs lee

  • r  in an adroit manner

  • But this droll, reticent, flawlessly filmed fable of generosity should draw a wider audience to other films (Drifting Clouds, The Match Factory Girl, Leningrad Cowboys Go America .
  • It's also, judging by the pilot, flawlessly art-directed, full of well-chosen period music and for a drama about a country searching for its bearings in its bicentennial year .
  • Aldrin bore the loss quietly and flew Apollo 11 flawlessly, but in case he needed his journey to carry any more portent, there was this: his mother's maiden name was Marion Moon.
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  • Can Quantum Bayesianism Fix the Paradoxes of Quantum Mechanics? (preview)
    Flawlessly accounting for the behavior of matter on scales from the subatomic to the astronomical, quantum mechanics is the most successful theory in all the physical sciences. It is also the weirdest. [More]
    June 10, 2013 - Scientific American
  • David Stern's Legacy Extended...On the Ball
    It's a situation the Treasury has always dealt with pretty flawlessly, but it appears the NBA will have an issue: how to transition out a signature on your currency. The government deals with money, the NBA with basketballs. This week, Bloomberg ’s Scott Soshnick pointed out that the outgoing commissioner David Stern ’s signature will have to stay on all league balls for the entire 2013-2014 ...
    June 9, 2013 - Bleacher Report
  • D.C. area's best-kept secret: A sunset parade at Iwo Jima
    It might be the coolest thing you've never heard of in D.C., and it involves dozens of flawlessly performing Marines.
    June 8, 2013 - WTOP Radio Washington, DC

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