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The second thing is, because of the Affordable Care Act, we put in what are called medical-loss ratios, which say that a certain percentage, thereabouts of 80 percent of what an insurer takes in, has to go out the door to cover healthcare costs.
There are now 250, or thereabouts, news organizations that are now part of the Institute for Nonprofit News.
T is the finest part of the city and the merriest, for the best hostelries are in the Place Baudet and thereabout.
And so they went to Salem, and some places thereabout, to visit and build up their friends in the faith.
Andrew Harben considered, and he saw what a mess he would start thereabout if he ever let his lights go out.
With studied elegance, the Comte put his hat to his breast, or thereabout, and bowed as he held open the door.
He was a man of sixty or thereabout, with a shrewd but not unkindly face that had something familiar in it.
RICHARD CARVEL, COMPLETEWINSTON CHURCHILL
And thereabout are many good and fair hills, and many fair woods, and also wild beasts.
And after is Albania, a full great realm; so called because the people are whiter there than in other countries thereabout.
Our stage this day was in all eight hours; our course south-east by south, or thereabout.

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machinateverb (used with or without object) | [mak-uh-neyt ]SEE DEFINITION