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science fiction's enduring fascination with worlds beyond our own
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The consistently strong Stacy Lewis enjoys one of the most enduring player-caddie relationships on tour.
But out of all of Bond’s creations, Paddington has proven to be the most enduring.
The revelation offers greater insight into why several of Uber's key backers forced Kalanick's ouster, despite the enduring support for the CEO from many of the startup's employees.
The MacBook Air has been one of Apple's most popular, most enduring laptop designs, but that wasn't always the case.
The largest, most enduring clash within the Senate is over the future of Medicaid.
Gillespie was expected to win easily, and the close contest shows Mr. Trump's enduring appeal among GOP voters in Virginia and a potentially rocky path forward for Republicans in a state where Democrats have won every statewide election since 2009.
From David Bowie and Peter Gabriel to the members of such bands as Tool, Nirvana, Rush and Mars Volta, the range of artists who have been profoundly inspired by the shape-shifting music of King Crimson has been formidable and enduring.
On this, the 70th anniversary of a momentous U.S. foreign policy milestone, here’s why the Marshall Plan had such an enduring legacy for U.S.-European relations: 1) Europe was still a mess.
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