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  • Last year Iran was found building a hitherto secret uranium-enrichment plant on a military compound outside Qom.

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  • The researchers included in their model a hitherto-neglected effect proposed by a German physicist, Arnold Sommerfeld, in the 1930s.

    ECONOMIST: Two new ways to detect the elusive stuff of the universe

  • Mr Cheng has now admitted to owning a hitherto undisclosed consultancy, and to passing on government documents to business contacts.

    ECONOMIST: Hong Kong

  • The election of Mr Serwotka, a hitherto unknown benefits agency worker and fast-talking union official in Leeds, was a big surprise.

    ECONOMIST: Trade unions

  • But some other areas on our list are benefiting from a hitherto unnoted shift of high-end services to lower-cost and often lower-density regions.

    FORBES: The Cities Winning The Battle For The Biggest Growth Sector In The U.S.

  • Now a hitherto obscure political player, the Communist Refoundation Party, came forward to take final bows for a 60 year communist presence in Parliament.

    CENTERFORSECURITYPOLICY: Last Commie standing

  • But a big cause of the crime drop seems to be that the police were able to draw on a hitherto overlooked pool of local wisdom.

    ECONOMIST: Policing

  • It provides evidence for a hitherto missing ingredient: clouds.

    ECONOMIST: Comparative meteorology

  • Because the Mac team has always understood that really great design makes an object seem like a hitherto-unknown part of oneself, a new way to encounter and express yourself in the outside world.

    FORBES: Happy Birthday, Mac!

  • At the Star, a hitherto also-ran among supermarket tabloids, Ms Fuller's strategy has been to do celebrity journalism better than the rest (unlike rival People magazine, there is no space given to ordinary people).

    ECONOMIST: Face value

  • And persuading public servants to abandon their paper-shuffling ways and embrace change on a hitherto unimagined scale will require relentless pressure—as well as some of the carrots and sticks that keep people going in the private sector.

    ECONOMIST: A survey of government and the Internet

  • Other theorists, such as Georgi Dvali of New York University and Joao Magueijo of Imperial College, London, say a changing alpha might come from a hitherto unknown force of nature that could modify the law of gravity.

    ECONOMIST: Fundamental physics

  • The remix version, concoted by a hitherto little-known Berlin composer called Bardo Henning, is a 15-minute pot-pourri which mingles the melody of the current national anthem (by Joseph Haydn) with that of the old East German one (by Hanns Eisler).

    ECONOMIST: Jangling Germany’s national anthem

  • The alarming statements by the WHO and other UN agencies last week may in part have been prompted by a widespread feeling that health authorities in Asia failed to act quickly enough last year to contain the SARS virus, a hitherto unknown human infection.

    ECONOMIST: Averting a global plague | The

  • This state of affairs will not have reassured a delegation of leading American non-Orthodox rabbis who emerged from a meeting with Mr Netanyahu on that famous night with a commitment that the government will solve, by September, a hitherto insoluble conflict between the Judaism of Israel and the Judaism of much of diaspora Jewry.

    ECONOMIST: First-and second-class Jews | The

  • R134a, a fluid hitherto employed mainly as a refrigerant.

    ECONOMIST: Geothermal energy: Blowing hot and cold | The

  • It is also a substance hitherto regarded as too toxic for people to tolerate.

    ECONOMIST: Treating tumours

  • Recently, moreover, a young Finnish maestro, Esa-Pekka Salonen made a remark hitherto almost as unthinkable as Mr Abbado's.

    ECONOMIST: Why Berlin’s musicians don’t need a maestro

  • Another, more surprising, is the spread of liberal economic views in a society hitherto used to doing business through cartels and political patronage.

    ECONOMIST: The Mafia in Italy

  • They promise a lifestyle hitherto uncommon in Mumbai condos.

    FORBES: Haute Property in Mumbai

  • France has recently touted Manaf Tlass, a defecting Sunni general from a powerful family hitherto close to the Assads, as a transitional figure—an idea soon dismissed, however, by virtually all of the opposition.

    ECONOMIST: Syria

  • The population is also relatively old, so health care, hitherto a Democratic subject, has been an important issue.

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