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Smith has a clear fundraising edge, but she leads by a little less than 8 points in our adjusted polling average of the race, so the Lite version doesn’t view her as quite so sure a bet.
THE SENATE RACES WHERE DEMOCRATS HAVE AN EDGE IN THE POLLSGEOFFREY SKELLEY (GEOFFREY.SKELLEY@ABC.COM)OCTOBER 27, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
So far, KDP has managed to translate revenues waxing at around 3% into adjusted earnings gains in the 15% range.
That amount would decrease for adjusted gross income above $75,000 per individual or $150,000 per qualified couple.
Palantir expects to deliver an adjusted profit this year on more than $1 billion in revenue.
Under Williams, the Tar Heels have always looked to score early in the shot clock — his UNC teams have played one of the fastest tempos in the country, with all but two of his 17 squads ranking in the top 50 of KenPom’s adjusted tempo.
Drawing the settee closer to the light, he opened the great volume across his knees and adjusted his spectacles.
He adjusted his neat tie, replaced the mirror, knocked at the door and entered the room of the Assistant Commissioner.
DOPESAX ROHMER
Amy adjusted the earphones while her friend manipulated the slides on the tuning coil.
He glanced at the watch upon his wrist, adjusted his monocle, and said something in an undertone to the captain.
THE DOCTOR OF PIMLICOWILLIAM LE QUEUX
She adjusted it, sticking the hat pin through the heavy coil of hair with some deliberation.

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