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The new Museum of Arts and Design is artsy and designy, but it is not good architecture, and it makes me miss Stone's winsome palazzo all the more.

The words winsome, engaging, gentle and strangely innocent all rise when confronted with this paradox of highly stylized regal entertainment plus

Activists in California, meanwhile, are still working to winnow down the field of nine ballot proposals, aiming to find one that could pass in the most populous U.S. state.

After all potential jurors have filled out the questionnaires, the judge, prosecutors and defense attorneys will winnow down the 1,000-plus candidates into a panel of 12 jurors and six alternates.

As you might expect, there is bad news as well: Rather than winnow the field, Fox Business will hand everyone who loses out on the main stage the opportunity to appear on another one of those undercard debates.

But it will winnow the field.

During the teff harvest, oxen are still used to stamp teff seeds out of the grass, followed by pitch forks to winnow.

Ethiopian farmers winnow the crop to separate the seeds from the stalks.

Judge George O'Toole will seek to winnow down that field to a panel of 12 jurors and six alternates to hear a trial expected to last three to five months.

Lam said the reforms would allow for up to 10 nominees to be shortlisted by the panel, which would then winnow the number down to three candidates through a secret ballot.

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