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  • Natural gas on the New York Mercantile Exchange costs just one-eighteenth the price of oil compared with a normal energy-equivalent level of one-sixth.

    Positive Chemical Reaction to Iran Sanctions

  • That $1 billion, by the way, is about one-eighteenth of all earmarks in 2008.

    See No Earmarks

  • It can't sell its WaMu position for 18 months, and then can sell one-eighteenth of its stake each month for the subsequent 18 months.

    WaMu Shares Hit 16-Year Low

  • It can't sell its position for 18 months, and then can sell one-eighteenth of its stake each month for the subsequent 18 months.

    WaMu CEO Loses Chairman Title

  • They found the coasters produced accelerations to the head that were one-ninth the force required to cause torn blood vessels in the brain and one-eighteenth the force required to cause brain swelling.

    Boing Boing: October 20, 2002 - October 26, 2002 Archives

  • Mr. Moore cites a report by the United Nations Development Program, which states that in sub-Saharan Africa, per capita income was around one-ninth of that in Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development countries in 1960 and had deteriorated to around one-eighteenth by 1998.

    The Struggle for Reform In Globalization's Back Office

  • Now that the Cold War is over and we have a lot more information, we know that the Soviet Union in 1960 was actually a fourth-rate economic power, second-rate military power, had one-eighteenth the number of nuclear weapons that we had.

    The Crisis Years: Kennedy and Khrushchev, 1960-1963

  • It orbited its G9 sun at an average distance of some three astronomical units, thus receiving about one-eighteenth the radiation Earth gets.

    The Earth Book of Stormgate

  • Among our Farmer's papers I have found a list of the money that he took with him to Philadelphia on one occasion -- 6 joes, 67 half joes, 2 one-eighteenth joes, 3 doubloons, 1 pistole, 2 moidores, 1 half moidore,

    George Washington: Farmer

  • In other words, one-eighteenth only of the available hydrogen present in the fuel is shown in the result obtained.

    Scientific American Supplement, No. 288, July 9, 1881


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