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MOST

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On Tuesday, it will be mostly cloudy in the south, the west and southwest.
"This study fills the gaps in the research, expands our knowledge about sexuality and gender gaps in political attitudes and contributes to new ways of thinking about the perspectives of mostly heterosexual and lesbian, gay and bisexual people," said Worthen, associate professor in the OU College of Arts and Sciences.
About an equal number of Russians see America as mostly good and mostly bad (31 percent vs 33 percent).
In Herzegovina, on Friday, May 25, the weather will be moderately, in Bosnia mostly cloudy.
His claim that Barack Obama is the first president in modern history not to have a single year of 3 percent growth was rated mostly true.
Mostly Medicaid contributed to two sessions at the event: "Evolving Approach to Medicaid Program Integrity" and "Are You Prepared for the Coming Age Wave." For the program integrity topic, experts brought out not only new ways that Medicaid fraud units are catching the bad guys - but also new things that OIG is doing to tighten controls on how states generate matching funds through things like provider taxes and intergovernmental transfers.
A very small number, nine percent, say the economic news is mostly good, but that percentage has jumped three points since December.
But consumers in other industrialised economies are also gloomy, with just 13 per cent of Australians and 16 per cent of Americans saying they expect "good" or "mostly good" times in the next year.
CBS Sunday National (mostly Vikings-Patriots), 10/31
CARDIFF Today: Mostly dry and sunny, but perhaps cloudy at first in the east with a few freezing fog patches; max temp -1C, min -6C.
Consolidation among PRW competitors is a greater concern in North America (58%) and the mostly developing world (66%) than in Europe (43%)--probably because merger activity there has been maxed out.
The Spanish flu pandemic, which actually began in America, struck mostly healthy young adults, killing an estimated 40 to 50 million people worldwide.