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  • Mr. Icahn has been sharply critical of the company's board and management in recent months for what he has called a "below-average" operating performance fueled by missteps in international growth plans and a poor investment record.

    Icahn Ends Commercial Metals Bid

  • If we focus on giving as a fraction of income, 70 percent of above-average givers to religious causes are also above-average givers to secular causes, while 67 percent of below-average givers to religious causes are below-average givers to secular causes.11 In short, while a few of us confine our giving either to religious causes or to secular causes, most of us either give to both or give to neither.

    American Grace

  • Well, half of all Americans have a below-average IQ.

    Clinton edges out Palin in 'Most Admired' poll

  • The Food and Agriculture Organization, the FAO, says the region has been hit with two consecutive seasons with “significantly below-average rainfall.”

    East Africa Food Shortages Expected to Affect More People

  • FWIW, my personal opinion was that Reagan was a below-average preznit.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Judge Reinhardt’s Dig on Sarah Palin

  • And some outside measures of customer satisfaction rated Wells below-average before it acquired Wachovia.

    In Tribute to Wells, Banks Try the Hard Sell

  • In a 2004 study, patients with above-average IGF levels had nearly a 50 percent higher risk of prostate cancer and a 65 percent higher risk of hormone-dependent premenopausal breast cancer than people with below-average levels.

    Hormones In Food: Should You Worry?

  • The Food and Agriculture Organization, the FAO, says the region has been hit with two consecutive seasons with “significantly below-average rainfall.”

    East Africa Food Shortages Expected to Affect More People

  • In a 2004 study, patients with above-average IGF levels had nearly a 50 percent higher risk of prostate cancer and a 65 percent higher risk of hormone-dependent premenopausal breast cancer than people with below-average levels.

    Hormones In Food: Should You Worry?

  • The $16 billion offering sold long-bonds at 3.199%—more that the government expected to have to pay—and was greeted with below-average demand.

    Treasurys Hold Onto Losses

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