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  • As shown below, we were pleased to find that whenever we have cross-checked results from Faith Matters with other national surveys, we have found that our results largely conform to those of other data sources.

    American Grace

  • The video above shows the original clip and replay footage of Rangers' Derek Stepan's hit on Green, which occurred a few seconds after Green had cross-checked the rookie forward behind the goal line.

    Mike Green hit on the head in Capitals' 6-0 loss to the Rangers

  • The researchers cross-checked frequency of income comparison with happiness, based on questions in the survey on how satisfied the respondents were with their life so far, their optimism about the future and how depressed they had felt in the past week.

    Comparing Your Income to Family and Friends Can Make You Unhappy | Impact Lab

  • Veterans Affairs, could have easily cross-checked his name against the public record.


  • “This amendment was adopted in the full Energy and Commerce Committee without opposition and it merely requires that the names of those receiving health benefits be cross-checked with the terrorist watch list to ensure that no terrorists get these benefits,” Stearns said.

    9/11 Responders To Be Warned They Will Be Screened By FBI's Terrorism Watch List (EXCLUSIVE)

  • Mr. Viñals commented that the IMF didn't rely "completely" on the regulators' calculations and was "involved rather closely in designing the exercise and cross-checked many of the calculations using publicly available data."

    Cloudy Risk View in China

  • Researchers analyzed the number of tweets about a film and the rate at which they were being produced then cross-checked it with the box office returns of 24 diverse movies (the list included Transylmania, Twilight: New Moon, and Avatar).

    Does Twitter Predict Box Office Better Than Industry Analysts? | /Film

  • They oppose a policy allowing police to submit the fingerprints of criminal suspects to the Department of Homeland Security so they can be cross-checked with deportation orders.

    Obama Faces Criticism From Liberals, Unions, Latinos

  • They then cross-checked the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's fatality database with the game dates to determine how many fatal collisions occurred in those cities on game days.

    Close games raise risks of traffic deaths

  • A key upgrade is a "peer review" process, in which each bank's results will be cross-checked by regulators from outside that bank's home country.

    Europe's Stress Tests to Be Delayed


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