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“Of the 39 non-active running backs with 1,000-to-1,200 carries through their age 29 season (Jacobs has 1,078), just nine (23%) managed 200 or more rushes in all subsequent seasons combined, according to Pro-Football-Reference.com.”
“I realize people would still post non-active links if Youtube banned linking, but then it would be your own fault if you clicked on CLICK ME FOR FREE MALNUTRITION-WARE - oh, and paste this 100 times or you will be cursed: \ | |/”
“They're in there to get more money for their shares ... but it remains to be seen how large the group of non-active shareholders is," he said.”
“However, overall numbers — when suicides among non-active members of the National Guard and Reserve are included — will make 2010 a record year for Army suicides, it says.”
“I hate to say this ...... but 2010 is going to prove the Polls and the non-active GOP wrong.”
“It dawned on him that even the non-active members were often only one degree of separation from either a Blood or a Crip.”
“Doctors generally disregard this phenomenon because it is beyond their control, and researchers try to limit its impact on their studies since about one-third of the patients in clinical trials typically improve even when given non-active substances such as sugar pills instead of the actual medication.”
“Despite having 16 active judges and a caseload per active judge no larger than most of the other circuits, a huge percentage of panels have a non-active judge sitting on them.”
“Shorting ETFs is "not a strategy we'd recommend for non-active traders, and it's not likely to be a 100% hedge to deflation," says Rob Williams, director of income planning at Charles Schwab Corp.”
“Cold knocks out the cultures, making them non-active.”
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