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With over 13,000 products included in the promotion, shoppers can earn starting points on items across the store such as beauty, first aid, vitamins, personal care, home goods, and food and beverage.
An ODI series win in South Africa, the first in any format for New Zealand after 60 years of playing international cricket in the Republic, represents a good starting point for the Black Caps, Stuff.
Now that the Lib Dems have power, we can see, like all other left-wing groups, their starting point for virtually all their political notions is envy.
As shown in Table 3, this method leads to starting points ranging from 79 euros for individuals without any of the 20 health problems to 11,860 euros for those with cystic fibrosis.
Now organisers Automobile Club de Monaco have said Glasgow will be one of the official starting points again.
Starting points for ICT regulation; deconstructing pevalent policy one-liners.
2003 - New Criminal Justice Act says tariffs are to be set by judges, not ministers, and based on three starting points - life, 30 years or 15 years.
Auckland University of Technology is offering an MBA which will have six starting points throughout the year allowing students to fit the MBA in around their lifestyle and work commitments.
Lord Woolf said the starting points of 16 years (comparable to 32 years) and 12 years (24 years) would have to be increased or reduced because of aggravating or mitigating factors.
Lord Woolf said the starting points of 16 years (comparable to 32 years) and 12 years (comparable to 24 years) would have to be increased or reduced because of aggravating or mitigating factors.
Yewdell's group determined that the gene is, in fact, read from both starting points.
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