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- r in an indelible manner
this tradition has left its mark indelibly upon the social, political, educational and industrial fabric of this country
- Dismissed by his mother as a "high class male prostitute" and defended by his father as an "altar boy," Andrew Cunanan is indelibly cast in popular memory as the drug-using gay .
- The Mindszenty who came to Rome was hardly the Mindszenty that the Western world had had engraved so long and so indelibly on its memory.
- To understand the impact of the 2001 Elementary and Secondary Education Act, indelibly rebranded as No Child Left Behind (NCLB), you need to visit a school like Blaine.
News & Articles
- Tour de France 2013 stage 6 preview
This article was originally published on Cyclingnews.com . A stage with "sprint" indelibly stamped upon it. After 100km, there is barely a rise of note as the route heads west to Montpellier. If there are complications, they will stem from the elements. The heat in this region can be extremely oppressive. Add that to the long stage the riders completed the day before, and some could end up ...
June 14, 2013 - BikeRadar
- Peep EXCLUSIVE Book Trailer For Amanda Sun's 'Ink'
Whatever your summer reading plans, we've got one title that needs to be written on your list...indelibly. The book in question? "Ink," a twisty debut drama full of pretty pictures, Eastern flavor and yummy Japanese uberhunks who may or may not be descended from the ancient gods of Japan. And just because we love you, [...]
June 13, 2013 - MTV
- State broadcaster's end a blow to Greek identity
ATHENS, Greece (AP) — When Nazi troops marched into Greece's nearly deserted capital on April 27, 1941, radio announcer Costas Stavropoulos of the Hellenic Broadcasting Corp. announced the grim news. He urged his countrymen and women not to listen to future Nazi radio transmissions and signed off with the Greek national anthem. That moment in Greek broadcasting history is indelibly etched into ...
June 12, 2013 - The Wenatchee World
- Halle Berry in Times of India
I'm complete. I have more to offer my craft because [my daughter] makes me indelibly better every day,Halle added.
- Michelle Grattan in Reuters
We hope this trial will also illustrate the need for accountability for thousands of lives lost, or indelibly injured, by the Israeli occupation and bring attention to the assault on nonviolent human rights defenders - Palestinian, Israeli, and... Rachel Corrie http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rachel_Corrie&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNGEoauVarWLuppJ2yEgrN1GSkisIg Bikya Masr http://www.google.com/url?q=http://bikyamasr.com/%3Fp%3D9312&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNF26CZvGQ3Vn7F9nnPcd5l3css6Ug Mar 4, 2010
50929 68504 indelibly For many Australians, what happened there to five young men in 1975 has etched itself indelibly into their views about Indonesia. But the hard question for Australia as a nation is whether it's wise to continue to pick at this tragedy," senior...