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  • The crew members issue forth, and the fear begins.

    NEWYORKER: That’s Life

  • It was a voice so sonorously deep, yet so delicately controlled, that it seemed to issue forth from the Pachamama herself, the earth goddess of the Quechua-speaking people of the Inca empire from whom Ms Sosa partially descended.

    ECONOMIST: The soundtrack of a past era

  • Instead, you recommend the European approach to international diplomacy: move the issue back and forth, possibly getting near a goal, and maybe achieving success sometime in the future.

    ECONOMIST: Letters

  • But as I've said before, there's a reason this is an issue that's been debated back and forth for 40 years.

    WHITEHOUSE: Press Briefing

  • The idea is set forth in a short letter in a recent issue of the scientific journal Nature, by Jeffrey M.

    FORBES: Magazine Article

  • At no point did Maddow shake her head vigorously back and forth, making a WUBBA WUBBA WUBBA sound, or cause steam to issue from her ears, or make her eyeballs shoot straight out of their sockets and hang suspended in space for a moment before retracting as if on elastic bands, any of which would have been a reasonable response.

    FORBES: Rand Paul on The Rachel Maddow Show: A minute-by-minute analysis

  • In accordance with the work programme of the IBC for 2012-2013, two main topics will be discussed during these meetings: the issue of traditional medicine and its ethical implications and the principle of non-discrimination and non-stigmatization, set forth in article 11 of the UNESCO Universal Declaration on Bioethics and Human Rights (2005).

    UNESCO: All Events | United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization

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