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- prep. As stated or indicated by; on the authority of: according to historians.
- prep. In keeping with: according to instructions.
- prep. As determined by: a list arranged according to the alphabet.
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- prep. Based on what is said or stated by; on the authority of.
- prep. In a manner conforming or corresponding to; in proportion
- prep. Depending on.
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Also, under Islamic, or Sharia, laws in Pakistan, homosexual acts are punishable by whipping, imprisonment or death, according to the U.N.Hoagland, the deputy ambassador, said during the meeting that the U.S. would support LGBT rights in Pakistan.
That leaves 362 proposed, facing a future deadline or having missed due dates for completion, according to the law firm Davis Polk.
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Now, according to Charon's report, he went no farther north than Waterville during his inquiries.
Nearly half of the states cut provider payments in the fiscal year that ended in June, according to the National Association of State Budget Officers.
Speaking of romance, according to the Internet Movie Database, Ilan Mitchell-Smith, the actor who played Wyatt, left acting for good in the early nineties to pursue an academic career in medieval studies.
Baker, according to most authorities, although it clearly has roots in an older Mexican card game called conquian, which was played in the nineteenth century.
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