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18 at almost 90-year-old Wilson presents golfers with an uphill, sidehill test that includes out-oounds on the left, nervously close to the only tee-shot landing area that will yield anything close to a flat lie for an approach shot.
Our research highlights that many companies are sacrificing speed of close to ensure regulatory SOX compliance, particularly in the US.
In most elections, there are a couple of states that are too close to predict - this year, we have 15 or 16 possible races that are that close,'' he said.