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Throughout the last two decades, the state systematically reduced its contributions to the funds, resulting in a pension plan that covers less than half its liabilities.
The "Buildings of the United States" series, commissioned by the Society of Architectural Historians, aims to publish a volume devoted to each state systematically documenting its architectural heritage.
These disasters confirm that life in the state systematically operates on the periphery of American politics much the same way that life in a Third World country does.
While Palestinian citizens of Israel are supposedly afforded full citizen rights by the Israeli state, Adalah, the Legal Centre for Arab Minority Rights in Israel, notes that the Israeli state systematically discriminates against its Palestinian citizens, who account for more than 20% of Israel's total population.
The report, made public in October, revealed that the Church and state systematically failed more than 100 children abused by 21 priests over four decades.
THE SCANDAL OVER A suspected Israeli mole in the Pentagon who allegedly passed highly sensitive policy documents on Iran to Israeli agents in Washington has rekindled suspicions long held by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), and others in Washington, that the Jewish state systematically spies on its strategic ally and benefactor.
Florida State systematically advanced 97 yards in nine plays in the fourth quarter Saturday evening to deliver the decisive touchdown in a 14-7 victory over USC at the Coliseum.

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