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“[Footnote 112: An allegorical meaning.] [Footnote 113: Moderately, that is, without poetic figures.] [Footnote 114: Burnt.]”
“Moderately," Nigel said, though he wasn't sure what moderation was any longer.”
“Moderately," says Major Dyngwall, looking for the moment as if the question took him fairly aback.”
“Moderately religious Americans nearly split their vote—56 percent believe that the nonreligious are intolerant, while 45 percent say the same about the deeply religious.”
“Moderately faster credit growth should perk up the economy in the second half of 2012.”
“Moderately high earners to suffer most, says Institute for Fiscal Studies analysis”
“Moderately high earners with children to support will suffer particularly.”
“Read More Portugal 'Moderately Optimistic' Europe Will Resolve Crisis Portugal has been a haven of calm compared with other countries caught up in Europe's debt crisis.”
“Moderately more expensive coins are the 1993 through 1995 and 1997 Philadelphia coins, and 2006-P 20th Anniversary issues.”
“For those who want to be a little more cautious, she suggests two funds offered by asset management firm Seven Investment Management: 7IM AAP Balanced and 7IM AAP Moderately Adventurous.”
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