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science fiction's enduring fascination with worlds beyond our own
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His more enduring legacy to the card game was his formulation of the M-ratio — a measure, named for him, of how many chips a player needs to sit passively and make only compulsory bets.
Posterity will never compare this text with the enduring eloquence which Washington, Lincoln or Wilson brought to similar historic occasions.
One enduring theory claims that a colder core body temperature will help induce sleep, which is why some scientists recommend going to bed in a cold room.
The new numbers demonstrate the enduring potency of the bully pulpit, even when the president is unpopular.
Sergio Aguero, Vincent Kompany and David Silva scored the goals that demonstrated the enduring value of the veterans at City despite Guardiola recruiting more than $600 million in fresh talent in around 18 months.
From philosophy professor to global icon of activism and social justice, Angela Davis’ work has made an enduring impact on black history in America.
Those two songs demonstrated his enduring genius to me.
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