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Few of those who say they are “probably” going to vote for one candidate say there is a “chance” they would vote for the other candidate, suggesting that some of these “swing” voters may not vote on Election Day, the pollsters said.
In Pennsylvania, the Supreme Court voted on a strict party line, with the court’s two Republicans partially dissenting, writing in a separate opinion that the Green Party ticket should have been given a chance to fix its paperwork.
The news was bleak—Paul would need a kidney transplant if he had any chance of living a long life.
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Clearly, some state polls missed the mark in 2016, leading forecasts to assume he had less of a chance of winning than he did.
When the NHL playoffs began, the bookmakers didn’t give the Dallas Stars much of a chance to win the Stanley Cup.
As of Monday, FiveThirtyEight forecast the odds of Biden winning at 75%, while The Economist forecast the Democratic nominee having a 84% chance of winning the electoral college.
That’s where Allied came in, offering the rare chance to use even warmer and lighter 1,000-fill down.
If the winds pick up as much as expected, chances are they won’t.
If you throw away this chance, you will both richly deserve to be hanged, as I sincerely trust you will be.
Instead of giving you a chance to say, "He has made a mistake," he forced you to say, "He has shown how to get out of a mistake."

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