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SECOND. A measure equal to one sixtieth part of a minute. Vide Measure.

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A bit late in the day for all this hot air, Owen Smith, which leads people to conclude that you must think that people would forget the fact that Labour allowed the Tories to form the first of Cameron's governments, and secondly, Labour actually voted with the Tories to carry on with the policy of austerity with its cuts inflicting yet more misery on people.
Secondly, you have to learn to live like a single person again.
Secondly, most of what is now the Ropewalks area was sold to Chartherhouse in 1992 for a knockdown pounds 10m to bridge the gap caused by this repayment schedule.
Such a plan would be based on two main principles: firstly a more ambitious austerity plan would be adopted; and secondly, Greece and the EU would adopt measures aimed at encouraging growth in Greece: reducing corporate tax, allocating EU Structural Funds (not conditioned on co-financing), promoting private investments thanks to EIB guarantees, allocating 25% of the proceeds of Greece's potential privatisations to an investment fund, etc.
Secondly, Norway repeatedly voted in referenda not to join the EU.
Secondly, the availability of the DNP degree might push the issue for truly independent practice rights, removing the invisible walls that presently exist.
Secondly, it ties the Hands of God through a process that we believe we know, but we really do not know.
But secondly, any retail manager worth his salt would look on a competitor bowing out of the market as an opportunity, not an indication that they might as well give up and follow suit.
Secondly, the technology has now been proven and is in daily use by a number of companies.
Secondly, we put the planet's life support mechanisms in peril."
Secondly, students' projects were typed and running in Internet, no handwriting would reveal their identities or characteristics, such as gender.
Secondly, there is said to be less chance of contaminants being trapped between the layers of plastic and rubber.