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But treating the Obama administration as an opportunity for self-actualization is just another step in the forging of a nouveau-Camelot myth for another generation defined in part by a youthful president.
The forging of a new middle class depends on many more such efforts, including training partnerships between government, community colleges, businesses, and private vocational schools.
The firm did not disclose how many user accounts were compromised by the forging of Yahoo’s cookies.
The forging of that reputation began at Marist, where McVay made the unusual transition from defensive back to starting quarterback his junior season.
Recently engaged, Smith’s a whiz at ripping apart and reinstalling jet engines and can describe in precise detail the songs sung by titanium blades, billets and forgings as air whistles past them.
Aluminum products such as sheet metal and forgings went into car hoods and doors.
There's no indication the 2013 breach and the cookie forging are connected or were carried out by the same attackers.
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