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“In Athens, a city where youth unemployment has topped 40% and one-in-four storefronts is boarded up because of lost business, the sense of victory in Brussels seemed very far away.”
“• Nearly one-in-four families have incomes less than $25,000 a year.”
“While it's cheering that the next generation won't be cut down by the same cancers as us, and their hearts will go on beating longer – a girl born today has a one-in-three chance of living to 100, and a boy one-in-four – the question is, will they actually want them to?”
“But keep in mind that a 75% win probability means there is still a one-in-four chance that the trailing candidate might win.”
“So if you go back 100 years, a woman with a master's degree or PhD, you know, it's round about a one-in-four chance to ever get married.”
“The one-in-four figure assumed 1,000 hedge-fund employees leaving out of 4,000 total.”
“Bill Frick D-Montgomery and co-sponsored by one-in-four state delegates, would add a dime to the price of gas in Maryland, and increase all vehicle registration fees by 50 percent beginning July 1.”
“In about one-in-four cases, the bill increased by more than $100 -- and sometimes much more than that.”
“The positions of the respondents primarily represent the opinions and observations of laity, but in one-in-four cases, it represents those of diocesan clergy.”
“Additionally, Winter Olympics fans have more conversations about brands every week – 74 vs. 54 for total public – and one-in-four of these fans 'brand mentions are driven by advertising.”
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