then, the city's strategic plan--its Coming of Age document tabled in June 2003--identified the mining supply industry and the city's extensive mine research capacity as one of Sudbury's five major economic engines.
that this once put-upon Sunni villager imagined that he had a Bomb, or binary gas, or killer microbes--who cared about technical details?
that James Naughtie, the broadcaster and author who is in town today for the Examiner Literary Lunch, is Prime Minister Tony Blair's first choice Radio 4 interviewer.
It is small wonder
that the book deals primarily with the speeches and writings of political leaders.
By these standards, small wonder
that back in the '70s Peter Finch didn't have a prayer of winning an Oscar playing the physician in love with a bisexual lout in Sunday Bloody Sunday.
only one infected cow has been found to date.
the US peace envoy to Sudan, former US Senator Jack Danforth, met SIRC before he met the government on his first official trip there last year.
therefore that many people in the North East of Wales turn their sights towards English-based media that they feel serves them better than the Welsh media that has abandoned them.
With Syria on the UN Security Council, it is no small wonder
that the UN would be catering to Hezbollah in Lebanon.
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then, that profits were low as the growing excess of supply over demand brought about severe price cuts.
It is no small wonder
that a new industry of incentive specialists has arrived onto the scene from law and accounting firms to supplement the efforts of the increasingly sophisticated real estate brokerage professionals.
Given the haunting quality of Billie Holiday's voice, it is small wonder
that this particular song, written as a clear and unapologetic protest against lynching, has come to be associated with her more than any other song she ever performed.
Since arthritis is widespread it is small wonder
that a book called The Arthritis Cure (by Jason Theodosakis, M.
Faced with the daunting task of depicting such a remarkable career in a single film, it's small wonder
that director Jim Shedden (who works in the contemporary art department at the Art Gallery of Ontario and previously made a 45-minute video documentary on the work of Michael Snow, Michael Snow Up Close) speaks most of the need to focus when he made Brakhage.