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This coterie has developed the knack of sensing what Uddhav is about to say and join him.
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Idea Coterie promotes entrepreneurial endeavors to drive economic development and small business.
An elementary permutation of the coterie is performed to obtain a new less loaded coterie.
OAK BROOK, IL -- A coterie of leading semiconductor experts in December said looming market concerns over higher oil prices, the U.
The kinship coterie and the literary endeavors of the women in the Shelley circle.
Lord Butler has criticised a tendency towards decision-making by a small coterie of advisers, claiming that the Cabinet took only one decision during Mr Blair's first eight months.
The Orange revolt was touched off by suspicions that Yanukovych's coterie had tampered with the vote and tried to poison Yanukovych's pro-western rival, current President Viktor Yushchenko.
Originally titled ``Don't Ask'' and featuring a completely different coterie of characters, this most recent incarnation boasts the talented Joely Fisher playing Goodman's sister and sitcom veterans Orson Bean and Anita Gillette as his parents.
Still, this problem with titles, if it is a problem, actually points to one strength of the volume, a steadfast avoidance of coterie critical shorthand and a preference for rigorously posing old critical problems anew.
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The World Team,'' as they call themselves, are the swimming equivalent of UCLA coach John Smith's ``Handling Speed Intelligently'' coterie of Maurice Greene, Jon Drummond and Ato Boldon.