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  • A small household solar installationmight generate about 12kWh per day, i.e. about $10 per day, or about $3,500 per year at the FiT rate; while theaverage household consumption is about 12,000kWh per year, or about $1,000 at current market prices.

    Feed-in Tariffs (FITs) | Serendipity

  • Production would increase to about 46,000 barrels a day, up 78% from theaverage of 25,900 BOE per day in the quarter ended Sept. 30, with oil representing 63% of the portfolio.

    Exxon Sells Gulf of Mexico Stakes for $1.01 Billion

  • Men find theaverage shape of the girl-next-door more appealing than the ‘perfect’ proportions of models and centrefolds, a study found.

    Men Prefer “The Girl Next Door” Look | Impact Lab

  • We have too many empty gas tanks, too many empty refrigerators, and toomany empty dreams as a result of those whose chief goal is to explore ways to enhance their own financial bottom line like Exxon, and Chevron while theaverage working man and woman in this country can barely come up withwhat they need to make it to and from work every day.

    Not even a short-term solution

  • Seems theaverage middle class American is joining with the traditional working class and poor sectors (particularly on buses) and turning to mass rides as the solution tothe gas price ills now confronting America.

    Of Gas Prices, The Sacred Individual Ride and Mass Transit

  • How can anything else be fairly expected in our present state of things from theaverage workingman under theaverage employer?

    Black and White

  • "Drag racing allows theaverage young driver to learn to control their car in a variety of situations."

    northernstar.com.au: The Northern Star

  • USA Truck missed theaverage earnings estimate of 17 cents per share from five analysts surveyed by Thomson Reuters.

    NWAOnline.com stories

  • Firstly, work is often the place where theaverage Joe will feel most blue.

    Pocket-lint.com

  • TV shows of the 1970s show this decade as a time of party-party-party, with theaverage member of the public wearing flares and kipper ties.

    The Stirrer

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