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1 This principle was famously demonstrated by Galileo Galilei some 400 years ago when he simultaneously dropped cannon and musket balls, and balls made of gold, silver and wood, from the Tower of Pisa.
2 Smith says that some species, most famously maples, produce anthocyanin during autumn as a kind of antioxidant for trees.
3 evolutionist famously spent little of his time studying or in lectures, preferring to shoot, ride and collect beetles.
4 famously, Turner used the time not to touch up his work but often to paint entire canvases almost from scratch.
5 Lynch famously advised looking for businesses that even an idiot could run, because one day an idiot will.
6 When recording started, the songs had come in such profusion that, famously, The White Album had thirty of them – enough for two high-class musicals.
7 He was famously a fan of the superannuated British rockers Deep Purple.
8 been sat here too long for any good you have been doing, ” Oliver Cromwell famously declared, as he dissolved the Rump Parliament in 1653.
9 Taylor, who famously swam with sharks off Hawaii last year, tells Smith she plans to return to her new Hawaiian adopted home next week with Winters.
10 Bonobos, on the other hand, are famously playful and friendly.
11 Paulson (#20 on the Forbes 400) famously hit it big by betting against subprime mortgages during the bubble, then made a big move into some of the most battered U.S. banks last year.
12 Spider silk, after all, is a fascinating substance — famously strong, light, and already spun.
13 For an institution so famously hawkish on inflation, that is an indication of how murky the outlook has become.
14 amazing stormy movements from 20 and 24, he composed the brooding slow movements to 9, 18, 22, and probably most famously, 23.
15 Earlier this year Representative Paul Ryan famously introduced a plan to convert Medicare into a voucher system; Mr. Romney's Medicare proposal follows similar lines.
16 Derrida famously, notoriously, said "there is nothing outside the text," right? What he meant by that, of course, is that there's nothing but text.
17 His ire is not just reserved for unflattering mirrors though - he famously broke the rear lights of several cars parked in the wrong Spaces of Prada's carpark.
18 The 3, 000-meter Merapi is famously unpredictable.
19 The technology has apparently been good enough to allow the cars to navigate California's Pacific Highway and the roads of San Francisco, including the famously winding and steep Lombard Street.
20 As Scott McNealy, a cofounder of Sun Microsystems, put it famously 10 years ago: “You have zero privacy anyway. Get over it.”
21 The "winter of discontent" saw hospitals picketed, rubbish piled in the streets and, most famously, Liverpudlian gravediggers downing spades.
22 and coauthor Anna Schwartz) famously faulted the Federal Reserve for not printing enough new money in the early 1930s to offset the decline fueled by bank runs.
23 Most famously he invited dozens of journalists to a press conference in South Waziristan in 2008, a few days after the army had flown journalists to the same area.
24 Bruni-Sarkozy famously declared that "monogamy bores me" just before marrying Mr Sarkozy two years ago.
25 Investor Peter Lynch famously advised looking for businesses that even an idiot could run, because one day an idiot will.
26 And he is almost certainly a quick enough study to avoid being tripped up by details such as who is the President of Pakistan (as Mr Bush famously was in 2000).
27 Co-star Humphrey Bogart was dismissive of her, but William Holden and she got along famously — very famously.
28 Compared with other African game, leopards are famously shy and rarely seen, partially because of their largely nocturnal hunting habits.
29 military strategist, Kahn famously argued that America could easily survive an all-out conflict with the Soviet Union if people took refuge in shelters and rationed food.
30 would be easy to think so after Barack Obama this month postponed-once again-a state visit to Indonesia, in whose capital, Jakarta, he famously spent a part of his childhood.