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Far from helping to explain the southpaw surplus, the platoon effect must actually suppress the number of left-handed pitchers.
I mean, don’t get me started on ethanol, because that’s the next step in reducing the surplus.
Just a few months ago, states like New Mexico were talking about a huge budget surplus.
Careful analysis of meteorites by Dworkin and others has found that certain “live” amino acids outnumber “evil” ones by 20% or more, a surplus they may have passed on to Earth.
Such a property would allow them to scatter with electrons at an enhanced rate, explaining the surplus of electronic recoils.
So you go to your neighbor and he freely shares some of his surplus with you, not because he’s just being nice, but rather because next year he may be the one who needs help, and you can be the one to help him then.
We did plan a great trip—father and mother and Tim and I—we were going to England together when the farm showed a surplus.
If there is a surplus after satisfying the mortgage debt it must be paid to the mortgagor, or, if he is dead, to his heir.
He even piled Cash's end of the hearth high with the surplus, after his own side was heaped full.
CABIN FEVERB. M. BOWER
He thought it desirable, he continued, that a reduction of taxes should be made to the extent of this surplus.

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