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It has a president, a premier a parliament, opposition parties. All that Poland’s government-in-exile larks is a country
The Reagan Administration has been misrepresenting its own internal reports on the feasibility of the Strategic Defense Initiative
College students need help, but so do the fed end programs that provide it
If Thomas Gold is right, most oil and gas is not of biological origin ,and there is more of it than geologists have imagined
Nobody thought are needed xerography until we had it