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Hot weather conditions continue on Friday with another slight rise in temperature to become five degrees Celsius above average.
BRITONS could be basking in hotter summer temperatures than usual this year, as forecasters say it is "slightly more probable" that temperatures will rise to above average for May, June and July than sinking below average.
5% of girls got above average scores compared to 14.
Everybody thinks they are above average - we think we are above average intelligence, above average attractiveness, above average sense of humour.
Tell him not to" Lord Carrington, 94, on Prime Minister David Cameron "Everyone's impossible" Royal milliner Philip Treacy, when asked to name his most impossible client "Everybody thinks they are above average - we think we are above average intelligence, above average attractiveness, above average sense of humour.
2) The 30% of women who had troublesome withdrawal symptoms had sharply increased odds of resuming use; odds were also elevated for women who had had a hysterectomy, had received hormones from a provider other than a gynecologist or perceived their risk of hip or spine fracture to be above average.
If it's mastered, if he had an above average changeup with his stuff, it's, `Katie, bar the door.
Outside the tropics, temperatures last year were notably above average.
This, in turn, produced above average returns and significantly increased the size of the equity market relative to the economy.
In Kansas, Georgia, and Nebraska, the increases in earnings were above average in farming.
The percentage of the buyer sample reporting above average sales of women's fragrances rose to 29% from 13% in the prior survey.