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The other ones just required a bit of patience and logic but with that answer it was really more of an educated guess than what I thought the answer was.
My best guess right now, and it's really only an educated guess, is that there is something left, probably smaller fragments, because it still doesn't look like there's a nuclear condensation.
LET'S see if any of us can make an educated guess as to where Starbucks and Amazon are going to recoup any loss in profit they may incur if they pay more taxes.
As this is just speculation at the moment, there are no specs or benchmarks to go by but we can make an educated guess regarding the specifications, based on what we've seen on the 7970GE.
I am finding it hard to make an educated guess on this sighting, but via the process of elimination, I suspect it may have been a gray fox.
An educated guess would be that an additional pounds 80,000+ is required from the budget for these additional costs.
Otherwise, make an educated guess, taking a small amount off one nail as a guide.
An Educated Guess presents five different examples of successful school district programs that are already in place.
As a nurse I know that identifying the cause of cancer in anyone is at best an educated guess.
Because all oceans are connected, she notes, "an educated guess would be that we cannot introduce microbes .
This is only an educated guess, mind you, but I've seen a lot of top-break .
Take this description by Mark Steyn: "There are many trouble spots around the world, but as a general rule, it's easy to make an educated guess at one of the participants: Muslims vs.