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Chris Christie joins the GOP presidential race, how would his politics - sometimes labeled left of center by fellow Republicans - compare to those of Rick Perry and Mitt Romney?
Taking super close-ups of ordinary objects, such as nails and toy cars, McGroarty Arts Center photography teacher John Free, left of center, wants his young students to learn that a great photograph can come from any source.
ALL MY LEFT OF CENTER FRIENDS SAY KERRY'S NOT SAYING ANYTHING THAT APPEALS TO THEM.
The Model C-1000/6505 dual column, production power saw features greater capacity for today's larger stock, particularly structural materials, it has the capability of cutting rounds or squares up to 26" high, and can make angle cuts in continuous increments from 450 left of center to 45[degrees] right of center.
Below the lower edge of the dark band are emissions from the Orion constellation, just right of center, and the Pleiades cluster, just left of center.
The zany humor of Austin Powers' Mini-Me(TM) matches the fun, fresh, left of center personality of Taco Bell," said Debbie Myers, vice president of media services, entertainment and licensing, Taco Bell Corp.
Left of center, a blue crystalline mass encrusts a hill of brownish but also pink, blue, and green strokes of paint, which dissipate on the right into dense constellations of dots.
The articulation joint yaw steers the vehicle up to 32 degrees right and left of center to provide a 30 percent tighter turning radius than a straight frame vehicle of the same length.