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40 a barrel at 0141 GMT, up 3 cents from their last close, and not far off the $60.
When you get to the end, which is not far off for me, what you are gonna regret is what you didn't do right.
I have a lot of respect for him but I am far off that level he played for Liverpool.
Renowned lawyer, Irshad Ahmed Tunio said granting of the status of Nawabshah division will go a long way in mitigating the difficulties of the people particularly from far off pockets of the area.
No marble cross, nor lettered stone, No flowers be'deck their graves, Beneath, the far off seas, they lie, Their soil, the endless waves.
But it was only the heart's/racketing flywheel stuttering I want, I want//until exhaustion, until I was a guest in the yoke/of my body by the last margin of land where the river//mingles with the sea & far off daylight whitens,/a rending & yielding I must kneel before, as//barges loose glittering mineral freight/& behind me facades gleam with pigeons//folding iridescent wings.
I bow my head before / those judgment gods; & if now some small following lifts / that head back up (as I have said) by the tip / of the chin, looks into the eyes, looks in, / says, I accept these things as gifts, / then, okay, you're who I'm writing for, / far off, or near; who I'm here biting my lip / to be clear to.
Millman concludes that what we may see not far off is a reduced demand for insurance amid more supply, as more companies look to various forms of self-insurance and risk mitigation.
In actual fact, he was not far off the mark: prisoners were allowed to starve to death in other POW camps, North as well as South, and in any case the medical and sanitary conditions of the day practically guaranteed a huge death toll no matter how humanely they functioned.
The broader Standard & Poor's 500 and Nasdaq composite indexes are far off their all-time highs, although their records were reached around the same time.
However, he never dropped that far off the lead, despite the camera angle making things look worse than they were off the home turn.
He's cute; he's small; and he won't blow up the world" is FCNL's satirical introduction to this adorably animated little nuke, but the Quakers' ironic rhetoric is not far off from the actual verbiage the Pentagon and White House have deployed to improve the palatability of their longed-for retooling of America's nuclear weapons.