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The whole story did not become completely clear during that day but, with some subsequent inquiries, the whole saga emerged.
We should all be writing this saga down in our journals.
Steinberg's find, if proved, would give credence to one saga over another.
Sixty years later, this overlooked case continues to influence the ever-unfolding saga of college admissions.
Other surprises certainly lurk within the still unfolding saga of the dinosaurs.
Discover the saga of a fallen civilization: the rise, the monumental splendor, and the collapse.
By doing so, it agreed to the dismissal of all pending lawsuits and appeals, effectively bringing the entire saga to a close.
It was the latest chapter in the continuing legal saga, and not exactly a nail-biter.
Those who have followed the saga of whether or not mobile phones are damaging people's brains are used to contradictory headlines.
No corporate saga has ever demonstrated quite so conclusively that politics and business don't mix.
He sees the co-op saga as an illustration of the limits of economic management.
But it will also mark the next stage of a commercial saga in which fortunes are wagered on the way the world will fly.
Were she alone on a bare stage, the film might be a masterpiece rather than a pedestrian saga about a pop star's rise and fall.
The whole saga has the air of a desperate striving for peace.
But now that the compound is finished, the construction saga has become legend among the locals.

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