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It said the committee’s work was probably done, at any rate.

The rate of coronavirus spread across the greater Washington region has doubled since the start of November, pushing the number of average daily cases to a record Friday for a 17th consecutive day.

All the virtual consultations are covered without an additional payment and in-person or specialty consultations come at a 30% reduced rate to an out-of-pocket payment, according to Sanchez.

Officials said the university lab would provide the tests for $40 per specimen, about half the going rate.

The Washington Post Covid-19 infection rates incommunities and schoolsIn-person schooling does not appear to increase the risk of covid-19 transmission for staff and students, according to data from New York state.

She thought about moving the show to New York City, where the number-two-rated This Week is sometimes filmed.

As Americans, we still have a right to air both our dirty laundry and our R-Rated films.

Kids, often more tech savvy than their parents, ogle XXX-rated photos and videos before they are legally old enough to do so.

Nintendo stepped in, making this the first M-rated game the company has published since Geist in 2005 (and only their third ever).

The Kentucky Senate race is rated a toss-up, but most insiders think McConnell has it.

Bonaparte at once summoned Lannes, rated him soundly, and commanded him immediately to refund the money.

The country clergy are without doubt the most over-rated persons in the country—I mean, of course, from a fiscal point of view.

Leech, the caricaturist,—one of the most absurdly over-rated men of this century,—was at Charterhouse from 1825 to 1831.

Followed as a sole object, it loses its charm, because we perceive it is then over-rated.

An angel in theory, the corporeal woman is soundly rated if dinner is late, or a room unswept.


On this page you'll find 11 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to rated, such as: graded, appraised, classed, classified, estimated, and evaluated.

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