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  • The best story in college basketball happens to lie in the way.
  • The main differences lie in the way the relatively large number of Basque sibilants are spelled.
  • But the deeper ties between the two decisions may lie in the way they both elide history.
  • Many difficulties lie in the way of widespread use of prescribed burning to reduce fire hazards, however.
  • Plenty of obstacles lie in the way of fighting AIDS . Resistance to drugs is certainly one of them.
  • But several obstacles appeared to lie in the way of a center-left government, among them differences over the alliance's choice of prime minister.
  • "What matters is the source of the weaknesses _ which lie in the way of thinking, behavior and mentality . " ( ajs-gm)
  • So any points of similarity between Moore and Paine don't lie in the way they write about religion, but in their liberal " political " views.
  • A complex set of obstacles lie in the way of a " good death " for many, if not most, of the 2.3 million Americans who die annually.
  • Zavgayev refused to take part in Tuesday's congress because it was organized by the rebels _ underlining the suspicions that lie in the way of ending the 21-month-old war.
  • A complex set of obstacles lie in the way of a " good death " for many, if not most, of the 2 . 3 million Americans who die annually.
  • Patrick Lambert, reviewing the book for Business Week, said Dyson " glosses over the obstacles that lie in the way " of achieving the " electronic Utopia she foresees ."
  • But the head of the Chechen government, Doku Zavgayev, said he and his officials won't take part in the meeting, underlining the hostilities and suspicions that lie in the way of ending the war.
  • Perhaps it may be some time before this hopeful scheme can be brought to perfect maturity; although the author seems to be no wise aware of any obstructions that lie in the way of it.
  • The caption under the photo identified the refugees as ethnic Albanians, fleeing a village in Kosovo that happened, by evil luck, to lie in the way of fighting between Serb forces and guerrillas of the Kosovo Liberation Army.
  • The head of the Kremlin-installed Chechen government, Doku Zavgayev, said that he wouldn't take part in the congress because it was organized by the rebels _ underlining the suspicions that lie in the way of ending the 21-month war.
  • The head of the Kremlin-installed Chechen government, Doku Zavgayev, said that he wouldn't take part in Tuesday's meeting because it was organized by the rebels _ underlining the suspicions that lie in the way of ending the 21-month war.
  • Better answers about language evolution lie in the way regions are connected in the brain, said Dr . Jeffrey Hutsler, a research assistant-professor at Dartmouth College, in Hanover, N . H ., who dissects human brains to look for such clues.
  • Professor Elizabeth Loftus of the University of Washington and Boston lawyer James M . Doyle, who have both written extensively on eyewitness identification, suggested the reason for misidentifications may lie in the way we process the faces of people of different races.
  • Only a few obstacles lie in the way : a cost of billions of dollars, a network of stubborn rivers and decades of commitment to an engineering project as ambitious for its age as the Great Wall of China was to the emperors who ordered it built.
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