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science fiction's enduring fascination with worlds beyond our own
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The stunning speed of Israel’s military victory; the sheer magnitude of the Arab defeat; the conquest of Jerusalem; the enduring nature of the Israeli occupation and the settlement enterprise—all these things guaranteed that high profile.
The arena, partly ruined by earthquake and robbers, is an enduring symbol of the Roman empire.
But her most enduring and endearing position has been teaching Ernestine Richardson to read.
For kids, this could be one of their most enduring memories of an NYC visit.
So lasso your geeky girlfriends together and grab your tickets to this celebration of one of the most enduring and inspiring characters ever created.
The author herself seems to know that there are more enduring means of mythmaking than the apotheosis of teenage boys.
In February 2014, Nike designer Tinker Hatfield—who designed the movie’s original shoe, and is responsible for many of the Air Jordan’s most enduring models—
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