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It’s a constant chorus reminding us, as English poet John Donne once did, that islands aren’t as isolated as they appear.
In midsummer, when he was in fact handed the reins to the chorus, the state of the world had changed dramatically and consequently conducting had too, yet he remained equally enthused.
Last spring, celebrity astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson joined the chorus about the Overview Effect’s power for our planet.
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As has been its chorus throughout its international guide rollout, Michelin maintains the awards will help elevate and support these dining scenes “amid the demanding landscape for hospitality businesses.”
STAYC’s debut song, “So Bad,” has one of the catchiest choruses in recent memory.
The founders of a16z are reportedly sick of the growing chorus of anti-tech voices in mainstream media, and that’s understandable.
Cue up the chorus of complaints now, though just remember it still beats college football’s weekly selection committee dog and pony show.
A growing chorus of security experts and politicians has cast the mob, or parts of it, in terms that are typically reserved for ISIS and Al Qaeda.
A growing chorus of top economists agree that, in this moment of crisis, with interest rates at historic lows, we cannot afford inaction.
As the chorus of his campaign song says, “When the struggle is over we shall wear the victor’s crown.”

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