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“Nearly seven in 10 white Protestants punched their ballot for the GOP, a 6-percent surge from 2008, and up eight points from 2006.”
“That puts USC in the driver's seat, with two options: the university can terminate its lease with the Coliseum Commission or finance the millions in stadium improvements at a 6-percent interest rate.”
“The company also saw a 6-percent decline in December, possibly the result of the numerous and highly-publicized recalls.”
“* Getting back to Eric Belanger and faceoffs, he leads the league at 80.6 percent to help the Caps win 60. 6-percent of their draws.”
“The average refund, as of mid-March, was $3,036, a 9. 6-percent increase over last year's average refund, the agency says.”
“The Commerce Department report showed the gross domestic product growing at a 1. 6-percent annual rate between April and June.”
“Despite all these “helpful” interventions, the U.S. cesarean rate is at an all-time high: Almost one third percent of American babies are born surgically.6 This far exceeds the 6-percent rate considered reasonable by the WHO.7 Although cesarean surgery is safer today than in the past, it still carries significant short-term risks for babies, and both short- and long-term risks for mothers.8”
“Over the summer, the pair graduated from Boulder's startup incubator program TechStars, which also invested $12,000 in the venture for a 6-percent equity stake.”
“That means going from, for example, 6-percent mortgages that are deductible to 4.5-percent mortgages that are not deductible.”
“The average refund, as of mid-March, was $3,036, a 9.6-percent increase over last year's average refund, the agency says.”
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