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  • Local officials are also counting on revenue generated by rising property values. A crash in land or housing prices might not wreak as much havoc as it did in the U.S. Chinas borrowers are much less leveraged. A real estate crash would check spending, though, and brake the growth on which everything else depends. It would also deny provincial and local governments the revenue they hope to collect by leasing land.
  • take a rain check - postpone something - many believe this derives from the modern English meaning of 'check' (ie 'consider', or 'think about'), and so the expression is growing more to mean 'I'll think about it', but the original meaning stems from its derivation, which was from the custom started in 19th century America for vouchers to be issued to paying baseball spectators in the event of rain, which they would use for admission to the rearranged game.
  • From the eastern edge of Jadars abandoned camp points of cannon fire erupted, tongues of light that divulged the length and location of the camps defenses. A few moments laterless time than Hawksworth would have wishedthe sound reached them, dull pops, impotent and hollow. The firing lapsed increasingly sporadic, until the camps weak perimeter defense seemed to exhaust itself like the last melancholy thrusts of a spent lover.
  • Boris evidently said this to Pierre in order to be overheard by his Serene Highness. He knew Kutuzov's attention would be caught by those words, and so it was.
  • The PRC was shaped by a series of campaigns and five-year plans, with mixed success. The economic and social plan known as the Great Leap Forward resulted in an estimated 45 million deaths. In 1966, Mao and his allies launched the Cultural Revolution, which would last until Mao's death a decade later. The Cultural Revolution, motivated by power struggles within the Party and a fear of the Soviet Union, led to a major upheaval in Chinese society.
  • "Nay, for it would make for resentment, and with no good reason. He and they all will now be more prone to keep awake on watch, as a good fright will do more for discipline than all my commands and lectures."
  • Opposition protester Ehab Nasser el-Din, 21, his head bandaged after being hit by a rock the day before, decried the Muslim Brotherhood's "grip on the country", which he said would only tighten if the new constitution is passed.
  • It made the hike of the day before seem like a stroll down a hallway. Shuffling backwards, bent over, would have been hard enough even without trying to pull Russ. Her spine screamed in protest and she tripped and fell on her backside more than once. But finally, as she hung her head upside down with the blood rushing to it, looking between her legs at where she was going, she saw that the river was only a few feet away.
  • He needed the gloves to get the necklace back. Vampires couldnt touch silver; the metal caused an extreme allergic reaction. Sebastian didnt know if he would even find the necklace, but he wasnt going to risk touching the silver if he did.
  • She shivered again and, with her stomach full to the point of being uncomfortable, she decided she would rather be tucked up in the huge bed than down here in the cold kitchen.
  • According to the merchant, a native of Morvay whod decided it would be best to return home, it was being said that King Zane Rivenor of Corrado had intercepted and taken hold of all of the imports and exports being made over the land between Dargis and Pellarin, and that the soldiers of Dargis who had been ordered by King Numont to accompany the trades had either been slain or were now being held prisoner in Corrado. Although war had not yet been officially declared, it was clearly now a certainly and no longer a question.
  • Katharine gasped, she had been so intent on making them understand that she needed help that she had not thought about what she would say next.
  • "No, Lucifer, no. That is not reasonable, this entire thing is utter madness. Have we all lost our minds? Why would we even consider something like this? How many times have Centaurian prophecies been wrong? How do we know that Lucifer will not have another daughter in two hundred years that is nearly a carbon copy of Brenna? What if it is not her, what if it is another child born of the Overlord? Have you considered these things, Chiron?"
  • When the seizure passed -- and it did pass, though it felt like it never would -- she shakily withdrew a fistful of butter-ball and sugared organ meat and shoved it in her mouth. Most of it escaped, but some of it got down her throat and her hands were steadier in a moment, enabling her to eat more. She got to her knees, she got to her feet, she ate some more and had another puff off the inhaler.
  • Anatole had lately moved to Dolokhov's. The plan for Natalie Rostova's abduction had been arranged and the preparations made by Dolokhov a few days before, and on the day that Sonya, after listening at Natasha's door, resolved to safeguard her, it was to have been put into execution. Natasha had promised to come out to Kuragin at the back porch at ten that evening. Kuragin was to put her into a troyka he would have ready and to drive her forty miles to the village of Kamenka, where an unfrocked priest was in readiness to perform a marriage ceremony over them. At Kamenka a relay of horses was to wait which would take them to the Warsaw highroad, and from there they would hasten abroad with post horses.
  • I was so close! A month more, even less than that, and she would have been a high priestess, free of the Stones threat forever. But she would never become a high priestess now, not if she fell every day rather than undergo the Stones choice.
  • "Ok," I shrugged. I was not willing to pry any more than necessary, he would tell me when he wanted, probably, maybe.
  • The sixth party, the Bennigsenites, said, on the contrary, that at any rate there was no one more active and experienced than Bennigsen: "and twist about as you may, you will have to come to Bennigsen eventually. Let the others make mistakes now!" said they, arguing that our retirement to Drissa was a most shameful reverse and an unbroken series of blunders. "The more mistakes that are made the better. It will at any rate be understood all the sooner that things cannot go on like this. What is wanted is not some Barclay or other, but a man like Bennigsen, who made his mark in 1807, and to whom Napoleon himself did justice--a man whose authority would be willingly recognized, and Bennigsen is the only such man."
  • I couldn't go to the hotel and talk with him and Lester had my car. I couldn't remember the name of any bar in town, except the Rustic, and I didn't want to go there because of Gino Rucci owning a piece of it. But it was only ten in the morning and I didn't think Rucci would be checking up the place that early and so I took a chance. I said:
  • She didnt care about her husbands state of health, but the longer they took, the more time there was for him to come out of his doped-up stupor and beat the living crap out of her. At least now an ambulance would be ready.
  • "Well, I'm kind'a in a little bit of trouble and sort'a hiding from some people who would prefer to see me little on the dead side of the ledger. That kind of health."
  • A smile on my lips now. He's downstairs already. And me worrying about him oversleeping- he's beating me to the punch, outdoing me in my own routine! Proud dad- knew that motivation would come, would kick in before it was too late. An important day this, yes, and despite what I perceived to be evidence to the contrary, the silence, the apparent apathy, Jamie does recognize it. Does understand the importance of networking, of planning for the future by spending half a day at his old man's office. He does get it after all and the paternal heart soars.
  • I have been taught to start a story at the beginning, unless there be good reason. So this will be the beginningnot the beginning of me, for that would be of no interest, I being only a babe then. Instead, this will tell how events that would make me half an orphan began on the fourteenth of Midyear, the saddest day of my life.
  • Grave and obscure questions, to the last of which every physiologist would probably have responded no, and that without hesitation, had he beheld at Toulon, during the hours of repose, which were for Jean Valjean hours of revery, this gloomy galley-slave, seated with folded arms upon the bar of some capstan, with the end of his chain thrust into his pocket to prevent its dragging, serious, silent, and thoughtful, a pariah of the laws which regarded the man with wrath, condemned by civilization, and regarding heaven with severity.
  • Martin Lyons, CFO of Ameren Corp, an electric energy provider in the middle western part of the United States, said any increase in the tax rate would be detrimental to his company's stock price and cost of capital.
  • Gidass heart leapt up into his throat when Lazerek mentioned the Platen person. His fear almost caused him to call the whole thing off. He once again considered what he needed to do and how to get around yet another obstacle.He was not afraid of the Platen but he was mindful of what they could do. How could he get Lazerek to trust him without the Platen?The truth was, he couldnt. He would have to subject himself to the Platens mind probe and risk everything in the process.
  • Vane sank deeper into his seat. Well-meaning words couldnt undo reality. Hed run from responsibility like a hypochondriac from a handshake. And the world hed run into didnt appear a whole hell of a lot better. It was simply different. Hed flattered his species, pretending that human beings, stripped of the encumbrance of having, would be devoted to intellectual and ethical pursuits. They would be fundamentally wise, eager only for spiritual enrichment.
  • Diane's heart pounded against the wall of her chest. She prayed that the guard would not look too closely at her. Every-thing she feared about the crusaders was now embodied in this one mustachioed man.
  • "Yeah," Alex replied. He hoped that this new revelation that their contact may be the cause of some kind of sinister destructive power would not cause a cancellation of their newly formed relationship. After all, even though it had been just a short while, he had really grown attached to her.
  • "You seem to be good people, except that one fellow with you. Did you find him and what he had stolen?Thieving is a poor way to do business.That healing potion he used on you and your friend?It is a potion only for the very rich. It is far too expensive for a common traveler.Only a mage or king would be in possession of such a potent magic."
  • "If there is indeed no fleet now, then I agree Your Majesty has been deceived. But I have been also. We have both been used by those around us, for purposes unknown. But my king would not knowingly play false with Your Majesty. Nor would I. Those who would deceive you, whoever they may be, sit much closer to Your Majestys throne."
  • I was suddenly glad Britney had abandoned me. If it resulted in me seeing Brandon again today it couldn't be all bad. In fact, my life felt pretty much perfect right now. Wait, not quite perfect. If he'd greeted me with a hug in addition to the smile, then things would have been perfect.
  • His eyes scanned around the clutter of discarded objects, catching sight of a battered, enamel saucepan hung from a nail in the wall. The enamel was badly chipped in places, rusty metal showing through, but it would hold water.
  • "I do!" Cassiusoutburst startled Valentin into opening his eyes. "I know enough about my own nature. I know what I want to do to that boy. I know that he would let me, might even encourage me, out of some misguided sense of obligation, or ownership, or something. And then he would hate me for it, because I was just like every other master he has had." He shook his head. "I cannot keep him as my slave."
  • However, particularly after Swift's success, parodic satire had an attraction for authors throughout the 18th century. A variety of factors created a rise in political writing and political satire (see above for some), and Robert Walpole's success and domination of Commons was a very effective proximal cause for polarized literature and thereby the rise of parodic satire. For one thing, the parodic structure allowed an author to indict another without directly mentioning a name. For another thing, such a satire allowed the author to criticize without offering up a corrective. Swift, for example, does not directly tell his readers what is of value. Instead, like Hume later, he criticizes the gullibility, naivette, and simplicity of others. The parodic satire takes apart the cases and plans of policy without necessarily contrasting a normative or positive set of values. Therefore, it was an ideal method of attack for ironists and conservativesthose who would not be able to enunciate a set of values to change toward but could condemn present changes as ill-considered.
  • Armenia is also a member of the Council of Europe, maintaining friendly relations with the European Union, especially with its member states such as France and Greece. A 2005 survey reported that 64% of Armenia's population would be in favor of joining the EU. Several Armenian officials have also expressed the desire for their country to eventually become an EU member state, some predicting that it will make an official bid for membership in a few years. In 2004 its forces joined KFOR, a NATO-led international force in Kosovo. It is also an observer member of the Eurasian Economic Community and the Non-Aligned Movement.
  • So the men huddled around the dozens of campfires, hoping the smoke would repel the mosquitoes. Coughing up smoke like dragons, the men quietly swapped stories of home. There was the occasional laugh as someone cracked a dirty joke. For those moments, they forgot where they were. The comics in the group became gods for a time.
  • And once Megan was dozing and the shadows were cool, Christian would steal away to his favorite spot in the neat old building. You didnt attain this groovy place by just blithely following the many blind halls while admiring polished granite facsimiles of busts and vases. You had to know when to embrace, rather than shrink from, the darkness. Then, if you were really adventurous, you reached the top of a staircase. Below lurked a blackness no amount of peering could penetrate.
  • As at Tilsit Rostov had not allowed himself to doubt that what everybody considered right was right, so now, after a short but sincere struggle between his effort to arrange his life by his own sense of justice, and in obedient submission to circumstances, he chose the latter and yielded to the power he felt irresistibly carrying him he knew not where. He knew that after his promise to Sonya it would be what he deemed base to declare his feelings to Princess Mary. And he knew that he would never act basely. But he also knew (or rather felt at the bottom of his heart) that by resigning himself now to the force of circumstances and to those who were guiding him, he was not only doing nothing wrong, but was doing something very important--more important than anything he had ever done in his life.
  • "I do not have quill or ink. How am I to respond?" Rhenyon started looking through his own pack to see if anything would suffice.
  • A large brick archway signified our entrance into the city, and as we passed through the dirt path transitioned into a cobbled stone. Two men dressed in red jackets with gold plated buttons and crisp black pants sporting thin curved swords nodded to Gil after he showed them his traders papers. A man dressed in a crimson robe spoke to Gil next for a few minutes and looked over our cargo. He was a sniffer. Gil had told me on our first trip that the man in the robe was sniffing for artifacts carrying enchantments. Because magic was prohibited, if we were caught carrying contraband artifacts, we would likely be executed. Gil had promised that it was nothing to worry about since there was no magic left in the world, and the sniffers were all frauds.
  • Right company indeed. I'd expected it would just be Rachel and I, and that we'd make a quick run in to Sanctuary, which seemed silly seeing as how my house was just as close as town was. I was wrong on both accounts.
  • Brushing away the straw caught in her long blue tunic, she picked up her large, leather-bound volume again and laid it in her lap. This book, kept behind a concealed panel in her room, was all she had left of the holy objects she and Roland had rescued over two years ago from Mont Segur. All the rest - including the whereabouts of the stored-up wealth of the Cathar church - she had passed on to her superior. Now she was trying to prepare, by reading this scripture, for the sermon she would preach tonight to a small group of the faithful.
  • The mob erupted in a bellow of rage. Although one shilling was a minuscule fine by Saxon standards, the testimony had led them to believe their man would be found in the right, and they swung instantly to their original mood and beyond. They surged forward, pressing Grista and Eadswith against the barrier, while Swann's troops stepped up in response.
  • He ordered Guy d'Etampes to requisition boats, and selected a party of a dozen mounted knights and fifty men on foot. If the Egyptians were trying to lure the crusaders into the city, they would not want to reveal themselves by attacking so small a group.
  • Range had decided it would be best to see Garon.Nicodemus had agreed with him. Miriam did not. She had wanted to stay in Spadix. She and Range had argued for almost an hour and she was adamant about not wanting to leave, until Mel and Zoe came to the store after school. Once they wrapped around her legs, she hugged them and looked up at Range. The look in her eyes said it all.
  • I smiled, bighting my lower lip gently. This could be good. This could be what I needed. I let out a long breath. "Yes. I mean ... what would I have to do?"
  • "She would like you to move over so she does not have to sit next to me," Currun said, slowly enunciating each word. Liseli blushed.
  • EVEN before Silvio Berlusconi announced that his party would withdraw support for Italy's coalition government, the task faced by the prime minister, Mario Monti, was enormous. Mr Monti came to power after elected politicans had repeatedly failed to do anything to get Italy's economy moving. The hope was that a technocrat with little need to placate interest groups would be able to push through difficult reforms, get the economy to grow and keep bond markets happy. This would have been hard enough were Italy an island. As it is, her neighbours and trading parners are mostly in crisis too. Mr Monti has made a start and done some unpopular things. But Italy's overiding economic problema lack of competitiveness that manifests itself in low productivity growthwill take years to fix, not months.
  • "I do not believe that foreigners would be that foolish to come here and put their money in business," Juan Ponce Enrile, the Senate president who is calling for the constitution to be revised, told Reuters. "They are at the mercy of local people who are not quite familiar to them. That is to me the reason why we lag in investment attractiveness in Asia."
  • The army stepped into the conflict on Saturday, telling all sides to resolve their disputes via dialogue and warning that it would not allow Egypt to enter a "dark tunnel".
  • The Portuguese government and army successfully resisted the decolonization of its overseas territories until April 1974, when a bloodless left-wing military coup in Lisbon, known as the Carnation Revolution, led the way for the independence of the overseas territories in Africa and Asia, as well as for the restoration of democracy after two years of a transitional period known as PREC (Processo Revolucionario Em Curso). This period was characterized by social turmoil and power disputes between left- and right-wing political forces. The retreat from the overseas territories and the acceptance of its independence terms by Portuguese head representatives for overseas negotiations, which would create independent states in 1975, prompted a mass exodus of Portuguese citizens from Portugal's African territories (mostly from Portuguese Angola and Mozambique).
  • She was somewhat reassured because no one in the Thenardier establishment drank much water. Thirsty people were never lacking there; but their thirst was of the sort which applies to the jug rather than to the pitcher. Any one who had asked for a glass of water among all those glasses of wine would have appeared a savage to all these men. But there came a moment when the child trembled; Madame Thenardier raised the cover of a stew-pan which was boiling on the stove, then seized a glass and briskly approached the cistern. She turned the faucet; the child had raised her head and was following all the woman's movements. A thin stream of water trickled from the faucet, and half filled the glass. "Well," said she, "there is no more water!" A momentary silence ensued. The child did not breathe.
  • Finally, after what seemed to be hours, Fenrir stood on his back legs. His body was covered in a grey fur, but his eyes had remained the same. I could see the man behind them. He knew us, understood the words that would come from our lips. I gaped, unable to think.
  • "Oh, if only he would come quicker! I am so afraid it will never be! And, worst of all, I am growing old--that's the thing! There won't then be in me what there is now. But perhaps he'll come today, will come immediately. Perhaps he has come and is sitting in the drawing room. Perhaps he came yesterday and I have forgotten it." She rose, put down the guitar, and went to the drawing room.
  • For house hunters, new limitations on how listings are presented online could make shopping around for properties more difficult. Theres a downside for sellers, too: The fewer sites that display a listing, the less likely it is buyers will find it. As a result, a home could take longer to sell or it could sell for less than it would have if there were more competition, says Miller.
  • Tucking the knife in his belt, he strode to the door. His hand hovered over the handle. Few customers came this way these days. Those that did were too afraid his rage would be in full swing and knocked timidly. If he did not hear the knock, they could return later when he was not so deep in the bottle.
  • "He was a very shy man, Mr. Holmes. He would rather walk with me in the evening than in the daylight, for he said that he hated to be conspicuous. Very retiring and gentlemanly he was. Even his voice was gentle. He'd had the quinsy and swollen glands when he was young, he told me, and it had left him with a weak throat, and a hesitating, whispering fashion of speech. He was always well dressed, very neat and plain, but his eyes were weak, just as mine are, and he wore tinted glasses against the glare."
  • "Hah. Sorry, that was really long-winded. Get it? I can talk and talk and talk without noticing because of my windy personality. Its funny, I never would have realized it if it hadnt been pointed out to me. Sorry, Im getting away again. So, obviously youve known for at least a little bit longer. When did you find out?"
  • "My room. Ill know when she wakes up, then." Russ staggered toward the door. His left shoulder screamed in pain, but if he let his left arm go Liselis head would be the first to hit the floor.
  • Amalric started, then realized that Louis was only maundering on about the ancient hero Roland. De Vency, that dog of a troubadour, would be remembered in no one's songs.
  • After discussion my uncle declared the carcase not worth getting, nor would he let them kill the lion, even though it might be considered good policy to thin out predators when chance offered. Back they came and speedily butchered the slim things, pegging the meat to tree trunks to further cool, with men assigned to fan off bugs. They buried the offal in the water pit, probably soon to be uncovered by scavengers. We breakfasted on the first onethe smallestand when starting off wrapped the other meat in the hides.
  • David's guys occupy themselves pretending to look through CDs. They have concluded that these two souls are not a serious threat to society or the club and, that left to themselves, would probably spend most of their day playing with electronic toys, eating junk food and smoking cigarettes.
  • "You would have died as well." Range said.His fingers and toes felt numb and his throat tightened. Lucan dead? His mind flew in ten different directions.
  • I could never embrace Islam. These contending religions all seem to me equally true and equally false. But I would rather die than betray Louis.
  • As Paul peered into the hazy mist, he became aware that superimposed over the pond in the woodland he could see the semisolid images of cars moving in front of him and the sketchy outlines of house roofs. He stopped dead. The Magur was right. Any further from the ley-line and Paul would find himself once again in his own reality. He hurried back to the Magur and they resumed their journey.
  • "It would be interesting to work with the Twins," TJ sighed. "I've often thought that such trans-temporal entanglements would be the key to true artificial intelligence."
  • Susan would glare at him from time to time and wish he would drop down a ten foot deep hole for a number of reasons, not the least being his choice of wardrobe.
  • Friends and relations advised Nicholas to decline the inheritance. But he regarded such a refusal as a slur on his father's memory, which he held sacred, and therefore would not hear of refusing and accepted the inheritance together with the obligation to pay the debts.
  • Roland turned to face the King, pushed back his tilting helmet so he could be heard, and addressed Louis in a voice that stilled the crowd. "Sire, I would restore to the English gentleman his forfeited arms and horse, that he may use them when he accompanies you on crusade."
  • Oil transfer pipes and storage silos which form part of the Abu Dhabi Crude Oil Pipeline, known as Adcop, in Fujairah, United Arab Emirates. As the U.S. adds supply, the OPECs influence over prices would wane.
  • His eyes bulging, searching frantically for the cowled supervillain somewhere nearby, Dr. Sock nodded. It wasnt quite the same as his original dream, but if it meant survival, it would do. And, hell, The Puppetmaster could probably show Dr. Sock how to be an actual villain rather than a screw up.
  • "'I should be happy to advance it without further parley from my own private purse,' said I, 'were it not that the strain would be rather more than it could bear. If, on the other hand, I am to do it in the name of the firm, then in justice to my partner I must insist that, even in your case, every businesslike precaution should be taken.'
  • Dhir said there may be one way around that problem. If Wal-Mart and Bharti included a "put" option on the debentures, it could be considered debt because Wal-Mart would no longer be required to convert the debt to equity.
  • By the time Monday morning arrived I had vague memories of doing homework and not much else. The only positive from the whole weekend was the way my dream from Friday stayed with me. As I got ready for school I idly wondered if it would be possible to recreate the grotto in real life. Obviously not with the impossible, glowing water, but with the incredible, lush vegetation and the secluded pool. Then again, I'd seen mom pull off some pretty crazy tricks with her camera, maybe there would be some way to simulate glowing water, some kind of photography trick I'd never heard of.
  • Mountain bears were feared with good reason. Fortunately they avoided settled parts, though in hard winters they might come down and carry off cattle or a soul here or there. Men would band together then to hunt them down, a necessary though perilous task. I'd never seen one but heard many tales. As for a description, think of a hog on stiltsa large, long, exceedingly hairy hog with sturdy legs and paws, a long bushy tail, and ferocious jaws and teeth. Their shoulders stood nigh as tall as those of a horse.
  • Liseli scanned the brochure with her eyes. But her mind was barely following alongshe was trying to think of something to say. A college, a course, a degreein food service? It was the first time she had ever thought of herself being stuck in a burger joint for the rest of her life, as her chosen career. I hate my job, she thought. When she had submitted a job application at age 16, she had never thought that she would still be a Burger House employee nearly five years down the road, and yet here she was, considering prolonging the sentence. It was the first time the realization hit her full in the face, and she sat there in dumb silence.
  • "Ah yes, tis a sad matter to die far from home and friends, even for one such as him who has likely never known what you or I would call a home. And how do you enjoy your grand adventure now, youngster?"
  • I was thrilled to hear from you so soon, as I imagined you'd be very busy with the new school and making new friends. I'm glad to know you're doing well in your classes, though I had no doubt you would.
  • "I have to admit, that was pretty impressive, but what are you going to do now? Those windows dont open. This door is the only way out." I stayed still and silent. He would pass out any minute. My heart sank when he began ruffling through my coat pockets. I did nothing as he found my phone, threw it on the ground, and crushed it beneath his foot. "Dont make this difficult, dear. Youre trapped. Show yourselfNow." He took a few steps toward me and I was sure he could see me somehow, but he stopped and pulled something out of a cabinet.
  • The Puppetmaster stood, stalking around Commander Bombastic as the hero writhed on the ground. "However, it occurs to me that you wouldnt be so callous towards me, Dr. Sock, if you knew the full extent of my plans for this city. would you like to know more?"
  • They had been on the run for almost their entire marriage.They had wed in a small temple in the Silvestri forest.It was beautiful, but the only witnesses they had were the priests of the temple.They could not let their families or friends know where they were. He remembered that night, the promise they had made to love each other forever. He had robbed Miriam of a good life, and his children of a normal childhood. They would make it through this, they always did.
  • The vampire lunged first. I suppose the thing was fast. If I had still been alive I doubt I would have even seen it move before it tore out my throat. But I wasn't alive anymore, and as I've said before, being dead definitely had its advantages. Everything slowed, almost as if time had congealed, and the vampire lurched at me in slow motion. Like I said, I'm lethal as long as you attack me real slow.
  • I left him then, still puffing at his black clay pipe, with the conviction that when I came again on the next evening I would find that he held in his hands all the clues which would lead up to the identity of the disappearing bridegroom of Miss Mary Sutherland.
  • DNA contains the genetic information that allows all modern living things to function, grow and reproduce. However, it is unclear how long in the 4-billion-year history of life DNA has performed this function, as it has been proposed that the earliest forms of life may have used RNA as their genetic material. RNA may have acted as the central part of early cell metabolism as it can both transmit genetic information and carry out catalysis as part of ribozymes. This ancient RNA world where nucleic acid would have been used for both catalysis and genetics may have influenced the evolution of the current genetic code based on four nucleotide bases. This would occur, since the number of different bases in such an organism is a trade-off between a small number of bases increasing replication accuracy and a large number of bases increasing the catalytic efficiency of ribozymes.
  • This year, the UN intends to finish negotiations on Kyoto and also on a second track of the talks known as Long Term Cooperative Action, or LCA, thats designed to spell out emissions reduction efforts by nations that dont have Kyoto targets. In its place, it will open a new strand of discussions aimed at drafting a new treaty by 2015 that would come into force by 2020.
  • He ordered a cup of tea and an egg and cress sandwich encased in a see-through triangular box, hoping that his absorption in the mundane would give his rush of fear time to dissipate.
  • Somewhere down the hall I heard someone yell, and then an entire class broke out into cheers. I knew I should be happy for Pam, but I was too busy wishing everyone would quiet down so we could hear the next name.
  • Ckip lurched to the stage, and the lute player simultaneously brought her case up to his head. It struck with a force that belied her small frame. Her rolling hair flew out with vehemence.The thud caught Ckip in the chin and caused his head to jerk to the side.Unfortunately for the lute player, Ckip had friends. No one in the tavern was lifting a finger to assist.Damn!Range knew he would have to get involved. He clenched the table and almost picked up his mug and threw it across the room in frustration.
  • Emma begins to giggle and feigns a slap against Jacks cheek. Although he was joking, the thought is still in his mind. He feels that it would not be a bad idea at all to make one more trip back to the old Red Rose Motel. However, he does have important things to attend to, things that he could not forget about, despite the small emotions in his mind that told him perhaps it was best if he did. Hopefully, there would be time for other things afterwards, after everything was settled with his parents. As his mind wanders back to the issue at hand, he begins to grow saddened once more. The thought of bad grades and failure crowd into his mind once more as Jack quickly diverts his mind to the night before to counteract it.
  • Having spent the night in a pleasant townhouse owned by the White Prince, they were ushered early the next morning into a collection of open carriages. Beold handed Adrienne into the first of them, then climbed in beside her. Cassius and Valentin were gestured into another. Cassius tugged Llewellyn with him and pointed him to the forward seat. Llewellyn looked like he would have preferred to melt back into the baggage train with the servants.
  • She glanced at the clerks, the tops of their shaven heads gleaming at her as they bent over their parchment, writing, writing. Every word she said was being taken down and would be studied and studied again for whatever clues it might yield.
  • Their surprise $16 billion deal last week to acquire Archstone Inc. from Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. ended a plan by the defunct investment bank for an initial public offering of its biggest asset and halted a 13 percent slide in apartment stocks since their July peak. The slump was driven by concern that rising homeownership and new construction would weaken landlordspower to raise rents as a mammoth share sale flooded the market.
  • "If you leave my side, I will kill him. It doesnt matter where we are or how many people are watching." I knew that she was completely serious. We got off the jet and she took hold of Jameshandcuffs. When we got to the door, I realized that I would have to let us in. She handed me the key that she took from me when I first arrived. I unlocked the keypad and punched in my code, and then scanned my hand on the scanner. My hands were shaking as I opened the door.
  • On September 28, 1973, 3 to 7 Jewish emigrants were taken hostage, among them a 73-year-old man, an ailing woman and a three-year-old child, on a train at the Austria-Czechoslovakian border by a Syrian based Palestinian Arab terrorist group, As-Sa'iqa. In addition to demanding a free passage to an Arab country, they gave the Austrian government an ultimatum to close the Schoenau transit center or they would execute the hostages. Austrian Chancellor Bruno Kreisky gave in to the demands and closed the Jewish Agency's transit facility.
  • It was probably about as good of a chance to really find out what was going on under the surface as I was going to get, but something inside me shied away. It was like I'd be entering a new world, one in which some of my illusions would be shattered. I'd have to face a colder interpretation of certain people's actions.
  • The gates were old, thick, and very formidable. They were set into solid brick foundations and, Steve was willing to bet, would be able to withstand any attempts of forced entry. A large, weathered lock kept the gates chained securely together.
  • "They tell me this is the room the Emperor Alexander occupied? Strange, isn't it, General?" he said, evidently not doubting that this remark would be agreeable to his hearer since it went to prove his, Napoleon's, superiority to Alexander.
  • And finally, we have his newest pitch to raise estate taxes: He's already pledged most of his fortune to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and said the rest will go to the tax-sheltered philanthropies his children run. The Wall Street Journal nailed the Oracle of Omaha earlier this year, saying Buffett would not only avoid the so-called Buffett Rule, but he actually told the throngs who flock to his annual meeting to "follow my tax dodging example" and give their money away.
  • The "Origins and Omens" backup story in Booster Gold #17 hinted that Black Beetle would return and that his true identity would be revealed.
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