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Rushford said he has found no prohibition against having municipal and state elections held coincidentally. He said, however, it would likely require changes to the city charter and local ordinances.
Not coincidentally, African Americans have the lowest rates of homeownership of any group--47.3% (versus 71.8% for whites, 54.7% for Hispanics, and 48.2% for Asian Americans).
Coincidentally and not present at the New York public forum, the current issue of Nature Medicine published a news feature on antidepressant drugs (1).
It's been 20 years since the first poll was conducted in 1984, which, not coincidentally, was the year the festival launched Perspective Canada, its prototypical Canadian programming stream that would have a profound effect on the careers of a huge number of Canadian filmmakers in general and the Toronto new wave in particular.
David, who was coincidentally with his family in St.
The accreditation has coincidentally been achieved at the same time that a number of key personnel have each been awarded a 'Food Safety Passport', following completion of a course that satisfies the requirements of the scheme run jointly by the Institution for Occupational Safety and Health and the Safety Pass Alliance.
Significantly--or maybe just coincidentally, the author Rose supplanted atop the New York Times' best-seller list was Al Franken, whose Lies--And the Lying Liars Who Tell Them, only includes political prevaricators.
a picture, it is said, is worth a thousand words, which, coincidentally, is the average length of my columns in the Humanist.
To get the most out of it, Sony says, you'll need a Vaio laptop (also, coincidentally, made by Sony) running Windows ME, XP or 2000.
Coincidentally, this date became the revised deadline for many public companies.
I began reading this book while I was coincidentally at a conference in Chicago, and I vividly recall the book's impact on my own emotions while walking alone through the dimly lit city streets.
Its new mission is apparently to protect us (and, coincidentally, its budget) from Americans who question its policy.