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A vicious Twitter smear campaign against the Harry Potter author may have been the work of secret agents, says one British pol.Did MI5 Spies Troll J.K. Rowling Over Scottish Independence?|The Telegraph|June 28, 2014|DAILY BEAST
First-time candidate and full-time economics professor Dave Brat decisively defeated the consummate pol by a 55 to 45 margin.
And people once thought Chris Christie was a New Jersey pol with an attitude problem.
In a bold move, Kentucky pol Elisabeth Jensen has vocalized her support of the Affordable Health Care Act in her bid for Congress.Meet the Kentucky Dem Running On, Not From, Obamacare|Jonathan Miller|April 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But win or lose, Bellows probably does have a future ahead of her—as the first pol to properly give voice to a rising generation.Pro-Pot, Pro-Gay, Anti-NSA… and Running for Senate|David Freedlander|April 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Nôtre Dame's twin towers on each side of that miracle of a rose window would be there next time; but would M. Pol?
I have stood by M. Pol for hours, hoping to acquire something of his mystery; but these things come from within.
Anthropolatry, an-thro-pol′a-tri, n. the giving of divine honours to a human being, a term always employed in reproach.
And, in fact, the girl's merry laughter could be heard below, for it always burst forth if Pol did but open his lips.
"I caught cold the other day, and my leg is stiff, which keeps me from running," answered Pol.