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“Perez is referring to the second-most common explanation for the Hispanic Moz revival—that Morrissey’s flirtation with rockabilly invokes Latino “greaser” culture, à la the 1950s of James Dean and Ritchie Valens.”
“-- F Alfred Jones was the second-most accurate shooter in the Ohio Valley Conference in 2009-10, connecting on 66.7 percent of his shots from the field.”
“JSTOR was the second-most frequently alluded-to database in student interviews, with 55 mentions.”
“Smith's replacement at wide receiver, Mario Manningham, was the second-most effective weapon in the league last year measured by average gain on all passes thrown his way completions plus incompletions.”
“In 2009, officials from PricewaterhouseCoopers and the Federal Reserve Bank of New York recommended Mr. Hancock to Mr. Benmosche, who persuaded him to join the insurer and got him a compensation package comprising mostly stock and totaling $8 million in 2010, making Mr. Hancock the second-most highly paid executive within AIG.”
“Also, the second-most prominent character on the cover looks strikingly like a Thundercat.”
“Their 22 losses stand as the second-most defeats in a single season in Mitchell's 24-year tenure as Coppin coach.”
“WHAT WENT RIGHT: Five freshmen got extensive playing time, and F Ridge Graham scored the second-most points on the team.”
“The playoff cash is icing on top of the home gate this season in which the Yankees drew 3.72 million fans despite increasing their average ticket price by 76.3% to an MLB-leading $72.97, according to Team Marketing Report (The Red Sox had the second-most expensive average ticket at $50.24).”
“Lidstrom played his 247th career playoff game, tying Patrick Roy (FSY) for the second-most ever.”
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