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In contrast, immigration is the fifth most frequently mentioned problem among Democrats--behind government at 25%, race relations (12%), healthcare (10%) and the economy (8%).
In response to this question, 58% said that they liked mangoes the most, 8% said that their favourite fruit is an apple, 5% mentioned grapes, another 5% mentioned bananas, 4% mentioned watermelons, 3% mentioned melons and 2% stated plums to be their favourite fruit.
The study from researchers at the Boston University School of Public Health and the Center on Alcohol Marketing and Youth (CAMY) at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, which is the first to examine the context of specific brand mentions in depth, found that alcohol use was portrayed as overwhelmingly positive, with negative consequences rarely mentioned.
It was mentioned that Britain expected a million tons of foods on a weekly basis - which must have came through Liverpool.
Globally, Lebanon was mentioned more than Hong Kong, Sweden and Belgium, and less than Egypt, Greece and North Korea.
Muslims also believe that Al-Khadir was alive at the time of Prophet Moses, as is in fact mentioned in the Qur'an.
If you see, smell or hold things mentioned in the Bible for real it is much easier to read the Bible.
2) The actual text of the two books under review is, in general, not burdened by the aforementioned attitude, as the author's focus is more on the identification and properties of the plants mentioned in the Qur'an and the Prophetic tradition, but the laudatory prologues and comments included in the book come from the same mindset.
In this letter ruling, it seems clear that the service relied upon the fact that part of the taxpayer's intent was to hold the property as an investment, although you might conclude that this motivation was secondary to their desire to own the property for personal enjoyment (because each time it mentioned the reasons for owning the property, enjoyment was always mentioned as the first reason).
Most respondents mentioned long-standing limitations of traditional toxicologic testing, specifically the difficulties associated with using high doses in animals to study low-dose effects in humans.
Today's managers must have sweaty palms every time they see their brand mentioned in the news, because it is often a story that didn't originate from their storybook.
Six of the seven participants who mentioned content knowledge as being a part of what it means to know or understand mathematics emphasized that there are more things to be considered besides numbers, operations, and formulas when knowing and understanding mathematics are considered.