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Graham, 65, has long been a shoo-in in South Carolina, winning Senate races by double digits in three successive races.
The Oxford report suggests a number of possible solutions, including granting two successive games to each host and larger cost contingencies.
As successive years of record-breaking funding signaled investor conviction in the promise of the continent’s startups, the topical focus soon shifted with more scrutiny paid to just how quickly investors could expect profitable exits.
The system then maps a strike zone for each successive batter based on his height in its database.
Conversely, the Raptors got more aggressive the second time they played the Portland Trail Blazers, as well as with each successive game they played against the Charlotte Hornets.
This drawback was more than made up for with the sheer firing rate of the mechanism – that could usually discharge successive arrows within an interval of 2 seconds.
Deppe believes that one must go through successive steps of preparation before one is fitted to attack the great concert works.
Marked variation in the amount at successive examinations strongly suggests a neurosis.
Successive examinations may show normal, increased, or diminished hydrochloric acid, or even entire absence of the free acid.
On lifting the fingers in successive order from the bottom end, we get the seven notes of the major scale.
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