In the direction of (often in an unfocused or uncaring manner). (preposition)
Occupied in (activity). (preposition)
Indicates a position on a scale or in a series. (preposition)
Because of. (preposition)
Holding a given speed or rate. (preposition)
In a state of. (preposition)
the @ symbol. (noun)
Examples of word at
Â Similarly, while regularly knocking off Afghan civilians at checkpoints on theirÂ roadsÂ andÂ in their homes, Â at their celebrationsÂ and at work, we ignore the fact that our invasion and occupation opened the way for the transformation of Afghanistan into the firstÂ all-drug-crop agricultural nationÂ and so the planet's premier narco-nation.
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Those of us who regret the lack of respect paid the great American writers of classical detective fiction will be delighted at the latest addition to a prestigious literary reprint series: Jacques Futrelle, author of the classic "The Problem of Cell 13," whose place in mystery history would be even greater had he not died in the sinking of the _Titanic _at age 37.
Our buddies over at Gordon and the Whale interviewed Spike Lee on the red carpet during SXSW and let me say that WOW, he is not a friendly dude..at all.
An Oprah-style book blog might be able to do it, but at that point you're aiming *at* the numbers, not the books.