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“In that poll, Hickenlooper brought in 44 precent, Tancredo polled 43 percent and Maes has 9 percent.”
“Is a three precent increase in income tax asking a whole lot for someone who makes $250,000 a year?”
“The administration requested $423 million for the National Archives and Records Administration, a decrease of 8.2 precent from its 2010 levels.”
“And with unemployment at 10 to 18 precent the prospects are bleak even with citizens who are legal.”
“Sale & expenses 3 percent on £173. 1.05610Commision 5 precent on the whole amount sold”
“In her dissent, Lampkin argued that the justices in the majority ignored established law and precent.”
“In fact, according to the National Stroke Association, 80 precent of heart disease and stroke can be prevented by simply lowering the risk factors for these diseases.”
“Attempts to directly counteract the recession short-term will do nothing but extend the sufferingand precent the necessary corrections.”
“Sixty-two percent of respondents thought the country as a whole is going in the wrong direction, while only 29 precent had a positive feeling.”
“Now the disturbing findings: Seventeen percent reported having direct personal knowledge of an impaired or incompetent physician in their hospital, group or practice in the last three years, and only 67 precent of these physicians reported that individual to a hospital, clnical, professional society or other relevant authority.”
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