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- By the end of a wide-ranging and remarkably prolific research career that spanned nearly 75 years from his first scientific publication at age 10 to work still in progress when .
- Ultimately, Kaplan said, George's stories of haunting were "too wide-ranging" and probably stemmed from a pre-existing obsession with the paranormal.
- In Freakonomics and in his astonishing, wide-ranging academic work at the University of Chicago, Levitt, 38, reminds us that we owe a bigger debt to those with the humility to go .
- Hu Jintao in FOX News
Contemporary China is going through a wide-ranging and deep-going transformation. This brings us unprecedented opportunities as well as unprecedented challenges,Hu told the more than 2,200 delegates gathered in Beijing's massive Great Hall of...
- Hillary Rodham Clinton in Forbes
We just had a great, wide-ranging meeting on so many issues that affect the city, the state and the country,Clinton said as she left the meeting.