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“The call comes days before the company will reignite the row over high domestic energy prices by reporting six-monthly operating profits at its British Gas Residential Energy division of £300m even before its latest price rises.”
“In its six-monthly report on French banks, scheduled for publication following full- and half-year results, Fitch said "funding is becoming more challenging" and that it "expects market pressure to continue until the euro-zone crisis has been resolved.”
“The wide turf banks of the castle's moat have lost their regular six-monthly trim because of the perceived risk to workers on the steep inclines.”
“Protests as English Heritage cancels six-monthly trim of Cumbrian landmark”
“Circulation is down 11% to 38,792 a day, according to the latest six-monthly figures.”
“The report, a six-monthly assessment sent to Congress, says that while there has been a slight improvement in security, the number of Afghans recording their security situation as "bad" is at its highest since 2008.”
“Would he later have been able to resist the temptation of Toynton Grange and its six-monthly pilgrimage?”
“Murray McCully and his Australian counterpart, Stephen Smith, made the statement yesterday after their regular six-monthly talks in Wellington.”
“Whereas in Doncaster, I distinctly recall both Asda and Tesco doing it at about six-monthly intervals.”
“Security Council resolution 1153 adopted on 20 February doubled the six-monthly income permitted to the Iraqi government to 5200 million dollars.”
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