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Many translators have tried to make the Bible do in English what it does in Hebrew, but few have given top priority to the sound and feel of the original language. Everett Fox uses every poetic means at his disposal.
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commander in Chief knows his people and his way through adversity .....his fight will be curiously not seen or understood by the others..who don't want to understand...God will receive and protect his people
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North Korea, under its thirtysomething Supreme Leader, Kim Jong-un, is no country for old men.
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Karen Castro Don't really think Kim Jong Uh is a"pussycat ". Would definitely place him in a group including Stalen, Hitler, and others like them. Just younger. Give him time.
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The will to abandon American infrastructure projects is not some omission of shortsighted politicians. It is part of a coherent ideological project, writes Adam Gopnik in today's Daily Comment.
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"Presidents, like parents, expect from their kin certain deference, if not outright obedience, and intra-party disputes do not tend to bring out the best in our commanders-in-chief."
Presidents, like parents, expect from their kin certain deference, if not outright obedience.
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+Jack Still Mountain
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In the years since Xi Jinping took office, wearing a windbreaker has become a major sartorial decision in China.
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the new Pacific strategy of China; the wind breaker might bring a smile to his smirk
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“Is death the same for everyone, or is this laughing world a death made just for me?” New fiction from Sheila Heti.
Credit Illustration by Mark Smith
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I wish I could translate Heti into Spanish
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Though China cannot substitute for the trade and finance provided by the West, a wealthy and willing Beijing can throw Vladimir Putin a lifeline—and make it more difficult for the West to pressure him.
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Culturally and politically, China and Russia are poles apart. And is there room for three superpowers with both China and Russia harboring the ambition to be a counterweight to the United States.
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In this Talk of the Town piece from 1996, B.B. King spoke of his loyal friendship with his guitar.
B. B. King’s Gibson guitar, which he named Lucille, in 1993. Credit Photograph by Catherine McGann / Getty
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"We’re used to asking whether Congress matters; in this case, the question here is whether Congress’s laws matter, either." –Amy Davidson
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A complete clown that the morons of Kentucky keep electing back into office over, and over, and over again. 
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"Unless we improve the capacity of every country to stop threats like Ebola, more needless fear, and many preventable deaths, are inevitable," writes Michael Specter.
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In this week's issue, Tad Friend profiles Marc Andreessen, the co-founder of the venture-capital firm Andreessen Horowitz.
At his firm, Andreessen Horowitz, the venture capitalist routinely lays out “what will happen in the next ten, twenty, thirty years.” Credit Photograph by Joe Pugliese
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These billionaire spinster-nerds get free ads for e-dating :(
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"The doubt in this case was not just reasonable," Amy Davidson writes. "It was, and is, profound."
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where it could be purchased (Soundhawk)
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