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  • The country that lectures the world has to hear out the world for a change, it said, whether it's the taxi driver in Nigeria giving a piece of his mind or the Italians calling the superpower a banana republic.

    BBC: World 'smug' at US fiasco

  • She decided to wait there for Arty to emerge with his floozy so that she could give him a piece of her mind.

    NEWYORKER: The Valetudinarian

  • The answer to the first question is usually YES. Give yourself a little piece of mind during this critical transition phase and pay for some good advice.

    FORBES: Portfolio Help for Retirees

  • Nevertheless, it only seems right to post a somewhat edited-down version of the piece, as amusing evidence of a weird mind meld between Brooks and myself, if nothing else.

    FORBES: The Wonk In The Hipster Glasses

  • No scientist on Earth has yet established a proven way as how one might propel even a relatively small space craft in the scale of the Apollo command vehicle at near light speeds never mind a huge piece of space junk like a Death Star.

    FORBES: White House Denies Petition Request To Build A Death Star

  • You take a snippet because that seems to be the largest piece of information that YOUR mind can process at a time.

    FORBES: Connect

  • That wasn't the first time Moby changed his mind about a piece of real estate.

    WSJ: Moby Hunts Whale of Deal

  • One project that stands out in my mind is a simple piece of medical technology that we were able to elevate from obscurity to the mainstream.

    FORBES: Why Investors Must Care About Public Policy

  • And even in the major awards, in recent years for every cheesy piece of studio fare (A Beautiful Mind, Chicago) there's a corresponding smaller or edgier winner (American Beauty, Million Dollar Baby).

    NPR: For Geeks Only: How Oscar Voting Works

  • And it brings to mind a highly controversial piece of economic work by Professors Andrew Hughes-Hallett and Drew Scott, published last year, which argued that the act of devolving tax power in itself can drive up growth rates, at least temporarily.

    BBC: Tax Cuts Earn Limited Returns

  • Wilde Salome is described as a an experimental documentary that journeys into the mind of a film icon, and his fascination for a piece of literature.

    BBC: Pacino honoured at Dublin film festival

  • One resulting theory is that these brain areas are involved in holding particular parts of a song, such as the melody, in the mind while the rest of the piece of music plays on, Abrams said.

    CNN: This is your brain on music

  • As a piece of living history, Killen could give a peek into the mind of the bigotry that's willing to kill to preserve the status quo.

    NPR: 'Mississippi Burning,' 41 Years Too Late

  • For all the sport's complex strategies and mind games, there is a visceral appeal in seeing a piece of wood propel a leather ball 400 feet over a fence and watching the batter trot confidently around the bases.

    ECONOMIST: A legendary distraction

  • Ironically, given that he first won over so many independents by speaking his mind, the case for Mr McCain comes down to a piece of artifice: vote for him on the assumption that he does not believe a word of what he has been saying.

    ECONOMIST: The presidential election

  • One piece of advice: remember to bring an empty suitcase and have a suitable courier in mind when travelling to Chiang Mai because you could end up buying enough souvenirs to furnish an entire house.

    BBC: Shopping in Chiang Mai

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