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“I commend Fleck for these eighteen efforts, and while I can't say every one hits my mark, again the simple scope of what he's accomplished is honorable, and eighty-percent of the time spot on.”
“Speaking to an eighty-percent Democratic audience (according to the conference organizer), Herman began by showing a screenshot of change. gov and lauding the success and ingenuity of the Democrat's online capabilities.”
“While every one does not hit the mark, the mere scope of what he's accomplished is honorable, and eighty-percent of the time spot on.”
“The other eighty-percent get to divide the crumbs, and many are losing ground, even though they are working more than they use to.”
“According to a Somali official, about eighty-percent of the country is not in control of the government.”
“If, on the other hand, this "ninety-percent" solution was a dry run for the "eighty-percent" solution being run up the administration's flagpole as a means to sacrifice the Sunni minority to the aspirations of Shiites and Kurds who want autonomy and a decentralized national government, then the U. S.'s failure to apply the brakes on the Israel juggernaut must be seen as a qualified success.”
“Dick Cheney's office reportedly calls this "the eighty-percent solution" after what's left of the Iraqi population of Kurds and Shiia once the twenty percent Sunni population is dispatched or relocated to already predominant Sunni provinces (or, in some cases, countries).”
“Down to eighty-percent shields," Tarvok reported.”
“Of the five motor-rifle divisions nominally under his command, only one, the 265th, was at eighty-percent strength.”
“Five feet one and eighty-percent high explo - sive, she was lugging two big brown paper bags from the supermarket, and before she could put them down she saw Zack, ran across the room, and gave him a hearty kiss: 'What brings you here,”
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