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Brooke of Tipton has already given me his concurrence, and a pledge to contribute yearly: he has not specified the sum-- probably not a great one.
And merely to give these girls a cup of tea or coffee at noon, compels the Bell Company to buy yearly six thousand pounds of tea, seventeen thousand pounds of coffee, forty-eight thousand cans of condensed milk, and one hundred and forty barrels of sugar.
Starts on houses built for rent increased 1.9% to 467,348 units for the fourth straight yearly gain.
In 10 years, a high-volume production vehicle will be one that is produced in yearly batches of 70,000 to 125,000 units.
Audiovisual equipment shipments in Japan last year increased 13.1 percent from the previous year to 2,376.2 billion yen for the third consecutive yearly rise, an industry group said Tuesday.
The school would have received the same designation and been required to take the same steps in the absence of NCLB, a fact that Winerip omitted, while writing, "Unfortunately, last year the 5th grade did not make adequate yearly progress on the state competency exams.
The auditor, who also examined similar programs in other provinces, found in Manitoba there was no waiting list for therapy with 58 children each receiving $55,000 yearly through a parents' group while in Alberta intensive behavioural therapies have been funded for about ten years.
Most states show gains in districts meeting adequate yearly progress from 2003 to 2004, but what it means is still up for debate.
Housing permits: Number: 1,886; Monthly % Change: 4.8%; Yearly % Change: 10.7%
If a woman had yearly mammograms beginning at age 40 and continuing until 90, she will have received 20-40 rads.
UTT was formed in 1998 and currently manages more than 1 million tires yearly. UTT has an installed crumb rubber processing capacity of more than 10 million pounds yearly and a proven customer base.
Since 1953, a local statute has listed "artist"--no further elaboration given--as a "professional" category required to pay a yearly occupational licensing fee to the city.