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ported Thursday. Government data revealed that the gain in productivity reflects increases of 3.8 percent in output and 0.6 percent in hours worked in the July-September quarter t.
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him he regrets the decision but he did not have other choice, they are normal diplomat procedures," Patino said. On Tuesday, Ecuador declared U.S. ambassadress Heather Hodges as no.
o hold anyone behind the bombings accountable. Twin blasts killed?3 people and injured more than 140 others at the Boston Marathon. ?The blasts killed an 8-year-old boy, and injur.
any advanced economy, supported by a competitive business tax environment and the lowest debt-to-GDP (gross domestic product) ratio in the G-7. On Jan. 1, 2011, the federal general.
issued a statement on Tuesday expressing its sympathy, saying that the embassy in Wellington is offering consular assistance and is in permanent contact with Argentines in New Z.
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There’s a point when you’re done simplifying. Otherwise, things get really complicated.
Designing for clients that don’t appreciate the value of design is like buying new tires for a rental car.
Every picture owes more to other pictures painted before than it owes to nature.
eration and was declared cancer free prior to Venezuela's general elections last fall, in which he was reelected. In December doctors ordered emergency surgery, after which his rec.
broken circular ring, said CU-Boulder Research Associate John Hoffecker, who is leading the excavation project. The object, about two inches by one inch and less than one inch thic.