Cable Satellite Public Affairs Network: a cable television channel.
How the Senate’s Women Maintain Bipartisanship and Civility Margaret Carlson March 3, 2012
The Original Tea Partier Bryan Curtis October 19, 2010
Washington’s Longest-Running Reality Show Peter Osnos March 30, 2009
Obama’s Spilled Milk Joke: Late Night Comedians Riff (Video) Marly Faherty January 25, 2012
The Clinton Speech That Never Was Mark Katz April 25, 2013
The End of the Detroit Dream Paul Ingrassia January 5, 2010
Reid Crushes McConnell Michael Tomasky July 15, 2013
Supreme Court Releases Same-Day Audio, But Forget TV Nick Summers March 29, 2012
The Best-Read Presidents The Daily Beast February 13, 2010
Obama’s 7 Broken Promises The Daily Beast April 19, 2010
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carbon star. a relatively cool, red giant having a spectrum with strong bands of carbon compounds.
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a battery or other source of power for supplying a constant voltage bias to a control electrode of a vacuum tube.