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  • When Experian Hitwise, analyzed visitors to the two sites a little under two months ago, Groupon visitors outpaced LivingSocial visitors at a rate of ten-to-one.

    Faster Forward: LivingSocial gaining on Groupon

  • Unfortunately, our modern fast-food diet is extremely top-heavy in omega-6 vegetable oils, resulting in an unbalanced ten-to-one or higher ratio.

    Forever Young

  • Carson was now surrounded by the full Indian force, which meant ten-to-one odds.

    EMPIRE OF THE SUMMER MOON

  • Putting this all together, the increase in incentives in the highest tax bracket was a whopping 233 percent for a 23 percent cut in tax rates—a ten-to-one benefit/cost ratio—while the increase in incentives in the lowest tax bracket was a mere 7.5 percent for a 30 percent cut in rates—a one-to-four benefit/cost ratio.

    RETURN TO PROSPERITY

  • It is a perfect ten-to-one scale model of a 777 wide-body.

    One Big Table

  • But most of her new guard were the scum of the bazaar - badmashes and klifti-wallahs* and street-corner ten-to-one assassins and the sweepings of the jail.

    Fiancée

  • This is important if you are levered ten-to-one, like Goldman Sachs.

    Nathan Lewis: Do We Need Goldman Sachs?

  • There's a ten-to-one ratio between my largest scans and the finished work, so I can cover the entire canvas with a section of inkblot that's 2 x 4.8 inches -- with all the detail of random ink and paper texture and everything working for me.

    Inkblot Panorama 1

  • Gender imbalance was even more pronounced in the famous Bogus anti-gun symposium issue of the Chicago-Kent Law Review, when the ratio was ten-to-one Prof.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » “Where Are The Women? A precious few were published in recent addition of the UCLA Law Review”:

  • Egan-Jones, an independent rating agency, calculates that GE is levered ten-to-one, a more conservative and higher number than the company's eight-to-one figure.

    Could GE Collapse?

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