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  • n. Plural form of rating.


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  • That gives this year's Series a virtual lock on beating the record for a ratings rise, which was the 27% jump in ratings from the 2000 Mets-Yankees Series in New York to the seven-game Yankees-Arizona Diamondback Series in 2001.

    Fox's World Series TV ratings up 36% from 2008's record low mark

  • Schier theorizes that the difference in ratings is due to the accelerating speed with which information is disseminated, the declining number of Americans firmly tied to a political party and a growing desire to see quick results.

    Polls can affect president's hold on party

  • For Obama, the timing of his slide in ratings is particularly unhelpful: He's intensified his push to pass health care bills in the House and Senate before Congress leaves on its August recess.

    Polls can affect president's hold on party

  • Sagarin ratings from the most recent season in each sport.

    Jeff Sagarin computer ratings

  • The proliferation in ratings is already changing societal dynamics.

    The Rating Game

  • The written commentary that accompanies the ratings is a better source of information.

    Tasting Bordeaux 2005 blind with Robert Parker | Dr Vino's wine blog

  • AAA rating on what it terms "ratings watch negative," meaning it could downgrade it within three to six-months.

  • Moody's Investors Service on Thursday affirmed United Technologies' investment grade ratings, including its "A2" senior unsecured and "Prime-1" short term ratings.

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  • Vallourec was recently assigned 'BBB+ / A-2' long and short term ratings with stable outlook by Standard & Poor's.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • There's only one kind of bias that we see shared by nearly every media source -- what I call ratings bias.

    Best of the Blogs


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