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One glance at his face was enough to tell Elizabeth that she had formed a too conservative estimate of his probable gloom.
Of course, the Iron Heel kept the figures secret, but, at a very conservative estimate, at least one hundred and thirty thousand Mercenaries were slain.
The conservative estimate of in-place oil and gas in these fields are 8.
The predominantly white, employed women in this study provide a conservative estimate of the prevalence of partner abuse, comments physician James S.
Our conservative estimate is that Iraq today has a stockpile of between 100 and 500 tons of chemical weapons agent.
The agency's own conservative estimate concluded that hundreds of birds of 27 different species were killed during the poisoning, not to mention thousands of salamanders, Anacapa deer mice (a species that exists nowhere else) and other animals.
Mayer believes that figure is a conservative estimate and expects more courses delivered via the Web for health professionals on shift work.
Of course, I've seen more than a few at various national meetings, traveling as I do; a conservative estimate would put it at about 20.
8 percent in 1988; the conservative estimate equaled 26 percent, up from 25.
By the most conservative estimate, in the first year the program is in place, the Clinton Administration will raise $215 billion in anti-meanness taxes.
The average UK car fuel tank takes 60 litres of fuel so, based on a conservative estimate, this 'topping up' will account for an additional 20 litres of fuel.
The Social Security Administration and the Congressional Budget Office project three possible scenarios for Social Security: a conservative estimate based upon virtually no economic growth in the U.

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