That’s a quixotic task at best, intended to illustrate possible outcomes rather than to provide precise forecasts, said Mr. Masters at Bernstein.
New York Times (Jun 8, 2013)
In reality, reconciling Islamist theories with an economy perilously close to collapse has been difficult.
New York Times (May 2, 2013)
Such data is difficult to purge. As quickly as employees create content, corporate technology teams routinely make redundant backup copies.
Forbes (Jul 30, 2013)
Adam and Eve are not about blood-sucking and murder – but refined lovers of literature, science, music and learning in general.
Seattle Times (May 25, 2013)
“This shows why we need to review and rein in unfair town hall parking rules,” he said.
BBC (Jul 31, 2013)
Last week, two police officers told me several colleagues were in heavily attended remedial classes for those who fail to record enough stops and arrests.
New York Times (May 28, 2012)
Never in my years has any president been so determined and resolute and outspoken on this subject.
Washington Post (Feb 21, 2013)
The delegates got so restive as he droned on – the phrase commentators used – that they actually cheered at the words “in closing.”
New York Times (Sep 4, 2012)
But reverence has long since gone out of fashion, having been replaced in our culture by a pervasive ironic distance.
Slate (Apr 15, 2013)
Facebook’s robust earnings numbers propelled company shares as much as 20% higher, and they’ve been going up ever since.
Time (Jul 31, 2013)
Japan is embroiled in a bitter row over islands with China and is deeply concerned by North Korea’s nuclear ambitions.
BBC (Jul 26, 2013)
And talk of shutting down the government – let alone actually going through with it – has proven counterproductive, even ruinous, to Republicans in the past.
Reuters (Jan 15, 2013)
Like many an American road trip, the journey creates its own metaphor, familiar locales triggering memories and ruminations of years past.
Seattle Times (May 23, 2012)
Sartorially, he favors unflashy suits and wiry John Lennon–style glasses.
Newsweek (Apr 29, 2013)
Reading these scant pages – I wish the curators had included more – is fascinating, but unsettling too.
The Guardian (Jul 13, 2013)
In a scathing dissent joined by one other colleague, Judge Denny Chin declared Aereo to be a “sham” designed to circumvent U.S. copyright law.
Time (Jul 17, 2013)
Rebel forces, drawn largely from Syria’s Sunni majority, are far from united, with schisms along religious, geographic, political and economic lines.
Washington Post February 10, 2013
Through the years Ms. Raitt has been a scrupulous musician with a conscience, supporting human rights, feminist and environmental causes and playing countless benefit concerts.
New York Times (Mar 30, 2012)
The whole edifice depends on tax havens and the webs of shell companies, artificial entities, fake transactions and sham trusts.
The Guardian (Jun 16, 2013)
This shifting, mercurial work, alive with gurgling rhythmic figures and skittish violin bursts, was inspired by three Chagall paintings of Old Testament subjects.
New York Times (Jun 12, 2012)
While anti-anarchist laws were sporadically enforced at first, they kicked in for real after the Russian Revolution.
Salon (Apr 27, 2013)
His own static paintings look cramped in comparison to his animated work, and very much of their time.
The Guardian (Jan 9, 2013)
He also says the way Japanese stigmatize failure prevents people from taking risks and starting up new firms.
Time (Oct 21, 2012)
It is also stunning how little thought society has given to raising kids with two working parents.
Scientific American (Jul 21, 2013)
Food aversions are generally subjective, but there are definitely trends in unpopular textures.
The Guardian (Jul 2, 2013)
However, most keepers are able to pick up on subtle hints that might indicate an animal isn’t feeling well.
Scientific American (Jul 18, 2013)
These characters, led by rebel extraordinaire Guy Debord, were dead set on cultural subversion, changing the world through art and ideas.
BBC (Mar 2, 2011)
A marked tendency in the new movements is to throw overboard superfluous technical baggage.
Both measures surpassed previous record highs hit in late May.
BBC (Jul 11, 2013)
The first three Gospels are usually called the Synoptic Gospels, because they give us one synopsis or common view of our Lord’s work.