hodgepodge


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In any case, she is delighted to hear that you and your younger relatives appreciate the charm of that hodgepodge.
The IOM concluded that it would be useful to replace the current hodgepodge of FOP labeling systems with a single, standardized system authorized by the Food and Drug Administration.
Who has time to read that hodgepodge, let alone comment on said hodgepodge?
Dallas, TX, November 09, 2011 --(PR.com)-- Holy Hodgepodge! Start Thinking About Religion
Like the book that inspired it, the 2010 movie Freakonomics, now available on DVD, is an intermittently entertaining hodgepodge unified by no theme except the interests of University of Chicago economist Steven Levitt and journalist Stephen Dubner.
Winfrey was able to appear convincing to many of her viewers because of her persuasive ability to mix religious language with other spiritual traditions to create a believable hodgepodge of personalised faith.
* A hodgepodge of journalists and ex-officials, including Peter Beinart, Andrew Sullivan, and Chas Freeman, signed a letter calling on the United States to support the Palestinians' U.N.
But with this odd showcase, an odd hodgepodge of poets representing just about every one of Worcester's multitudinous readings, from the anarchic poetry slam to the Worcester County Poetry Association-sponsored Street Beat, join together in a show, along with local music-poetry combo The Duende Project.
teachers try to do everything themselves, resulting in a hodgepodge of practices, a confused vision, and an impossible schedule.
The block is a hodgepodge of Lower East Side immigrant history, hipster bars and high-end living.
Is it just a hodgepodge of Western platitudes wrapped in tinsel-labelled "democracy"?
Summary: A powerful offshore earthquake that struck near the Northern California coast left a hodgepodge of deb