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Unbeknownst to him, there was someone in his circle of friends paying extra close attention to Paul.
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Von Spakovsky is highly influential in conservative circles.
It’s unclear how ancestral Wichita people used council circles.
In his 2005 book, Inside the Neolithic Mind, Lewis-Williams argues that a similar principle might explain other Neolithic monuments and cult buildings found in the Near East, such as the stone circles of Göbekli Tepe.
Inner groups of simulated stones obscured and scattered sounds reflected off the outer sarsen circle, blocking echo formation.
HIP has switched to a text-messaging platform, which uses current friends-and-family circles to encourage contacts to register to vote.
In my circles, no one asks what your training stress was last week, but the idea is definitely out there.
The man himself, now 98, is featured via both archival footage and fresh interviews, alongside members of his inner circle, as well as a number of high-profile designers and celebrities, including Jean-Paul Gaultier, Alice Cooper, and Naomi Campbell.
Some of us get invited only to our closest inner circle wedding, and we would, of course, send a gift anyway just because we have such a close relationship with the person.
It’s hard to imagine now, but AOL used to throw its weight around so much that it was notorious in marketing circles.
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