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The documents were discovered in a special archive - known colloquially in Whitehall as the "cabinet secretaries' files" - containing "sensitive, historic papers".
And second, "A Brief Chronicle of Jeff and his Role in What is Colloquially Known as The End of Civilization,"' a story that deploys its intricate intelligence with such ingenuity that it transcends its archness and lurches into the realm of the disquieting.
The rapid cyclogenesis - known colloquially as a "weather bomb" - is a deep low-pressure system moving slowly eastwards between Scotland and Iceland.
Comic Con International: San Diego (known colloquially as the .
Colloquially known as the "Big Mountain Jesus," the statue was erected by the Knights of Columbus in 1953 allegedly as a war memorial and sits on federal land near the Big Mountain Ski Resort.
Colloquially known as "Didi", or "elder sister", Banerjee's supporters hail her as a champion of India's poor and dispossessed.
And said a total of three million of its XbOnes (as the device is colloquially know to tech hacks) were sold in 2013 (vs 4.
Translator David Brookshaw renders this colloquially written story about eleven-year-old Mwanito confronting a legacy of war.
Victoria Bitter, known colloquially by its brand "VB", is brewed by Carlton & United Breweries, which was acquired by global brewing giant SABMiller in 2011.
You'd always prefer your singer songwriters musically/lyrically adept and colloquially clumsy than vice versa.
The Rock Ptarmigan (Lagopus muta) is known simply as Ptarmigan in Europe and colloquially as snow chicken or partridge in North America, where it is the official bird for the territory The ptarmigan is a plump game bird, slightly larger than a grey partridge.
On 6 March, three American scientists were awarded the King Faisal International Prize, known colloquially as the "Arab Nobel Prize" by Defence Minister Prince Sulman bin Abdulazi (below, left) at a ceremony in Saudi Arabia.