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Hoang Hiep Binh is a fiddler in a music band who never goes on stage to perform and doesn't even play at home to relax since most people within earshot would not want to listen to his tunes. Binh plays a two-stringed fiddle in a band that serves the dead.
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"Incurious," a rarely used word, is making a curious comeback as pundits dust it off to describe President George W. Bush's alleged lack of curiosity about intelligence reports prior to September 11, 2001, according to a California language expert.
Two women who live on a fixed income, said they are not pleased with a proposal to raise power rates by 20%. Together they delivered more than 12,000 pennies in a wheel barrow to the lobby of Idaho Power.