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Big Three

The three major tropical infections—HIV/AIDS, malaria, tuberculosis—which receive the bulk of international funding for prevention and treatment.
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Etihad causes no actionable harm to the big three US carriers and actually provides them with significant commercial benefits in terms of connecting passengers onto their networks (an estimated 300,000 in 2015).
With Bangladesh extending support to Big Three now the situation has changed and the number of supports of Big Three countries have increased," he added.
It's like Ray Allen," Rivers said of the third member of Boston's Big Three.
Additionally, the Big Three are vital to national security, supplying important military transportation assets.
Now you have to bet on the Tote against a huge retention; with Betfair who, in my view, have made it clear they are no longer the punters' friend; or with the big three, who have never made any bones about being mercenaries.
Hardest hit among the Big Three was Chrysler, which saw sales sink 34.
Big Three Promotions takes its client's product or service to events such as fairs, festivals, concerts, sporting events, trade shows, bars and other venues and allows consumers to experience the product or service while hearing about it.
Enhanced throughout with charts and photos, "The Big Three In Economics: Adam Smith, Karl Marx, And John Maynard Keynes" by academician and economist Mark Skousen is a history of modern economics as represented by the contributions of the three most influential economists in world history.
light vehicle sales and production in general, but one of the most painful aspects for the Big Three might be the state of the pickup truck market.
Including cuts that took place at DaimlerChrysler (Chrysler merged with Daimler-Benz, the German carmaker, in 1998), the Big Three, once symbols of America's industrial might, have eliminated, or planned to eliminate, approximately 140,000 jobs since 2000.
In the 1970s, as gasoline prices became a major consideration and consumer groups began testing and tracking the quality of cars on the market, the Big Three rapidly lost market share.