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"Providing a refreshing view of God and religion, Holy Hodgepodge encourages everyone to think more seriously about what they have so easily, and sometimes rather casually, accepted as their beliefs about God and religion to bring forth a new faith that will be more personal and meaningful, " states author Paul E.
A powerful offshore earthquake that struck near the Northern California coast has left a hodgepodge of debris for communities to sort through but spared residents any serious injury.
In light of the grotesque hodgepodge of tax proposals emanating from the State House as the budget deadline draws nigh, it's probably fair to say that the Democrats who control the levers of power in Concord haven't been doing themselves any favors.
Its size (its diameter is more than 10 times that of the virus that causes the common cold) and its hodgepodge of genetic and structural traits blur the line of what is alive, says Michael Rossmann of Purdue University in West Lafayette, Ind.
Behind the Museum Door: Poems to Celebrate the Wonders of Museums is a hodgepodge of poems written by such diverse and lauded individuals as Jane Yolen, Myra Cohn Livingston, and Rebecca Kai Dotlich, and illustrated with unforgettable acrylic and oil pastel artwork by award-winning artist Stacey Dessen-McQueen, all celebrating the treasury of knowledge, wisdom and wonder in museums.
Smith, her surrogate Jewish mother who speaks in a hodgepodge mess of folksy sayings only Vessie can interpret.
Gallimaufry; a hodgepodge of our vanishing vocabulary.
There was this one cartoon on the newspaper-type pages among the hodgepodge articles and photos in one of the earliest Thrashers I can remember.
A statement from the group notes that the time has come "to consider comprehensive harmonized federal privacy legislation to create a simplified, uniform but flexible legal framework" that will both protect consumers and preempt the hodgepodge of state privacy laws.
She reveals what she argues that the Framers and many other leading Americans really believed--in their own words--rescuing the Founders from images of dusty, pompous old men in powdered wigs, and resurrecting them as the revolutionaries they truly were: a hodgepodge of freethinkers, Deists, agnostics, Christians, atheists, and Freemasons, radicals all.
Granted, the division is saddled with a hodgepodge of vehicles one would not--in all cases--highlight as examples of the chosen word.
It's quite another to make a total hodgepodge of discordant story lines and regressing characters--most of whom are strangely preoccupied with men.
She has a point, of course; everyday objects can transmit disease, but the value of her point is frequently lost in a hodgepodge approach that makes no distinction between serious but rare events, everyday avoidable ills, and the merely yucky.
After seeing the hodgepodge, I used a gallery washroom in the back of a packed storage area.