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He estimates the total number of transactions will be roughly 700,000 and that premiums will reach close to $8 billion.
The current 15,000-square-foot library -- built in 1999 on roughly 10 acres for $2.4 million -- can accommodate only 12 people at a time in its children's area.
INGREDIENTS (Serves 4): 1 tablespoon olive oil or butter 1 onion, peeled and roughly chopped 2 cloves garlic, peeled and finely chopped 1 large sweet potato, peeled and roughly chopped 1 chilli, deseeded (optional) and finely chopped 2cm fresh ginger, peeled and grated 1 or 2 kaffir lime leaves 2 stock cubes; 11/2 tablespoons creamed coconut Salt and ground black pepper to taste METHOD: 1.
Fitch continues to expect XYL's FY2017 FFO adjusted leverage to be roughly 3.8x and 3.4x by year-end 2018 as margins continue to expand.
The group said that the roughly 30,000 permanent loan modifications completed in October included both proprietary modifications and those done under the Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP).
Take a sheet of tin foil, roughly A3 in size, and place a sheet of greaseproof paper slightly off centre.
According to the company, the 4,000-hp shredder, which will likely run between five and five-and-a-half days per week, currently is processing roughly 100 tons per hour of material.
Which planet's average temperature is roughly 380 degrees Fahrenheit colder than Earth's?
The participants were an average of 61 years old and had been treated for Parkinson's disease for roughly 13 years.
More daunting for carriers is that there are roughly 825 claims, out of more than 3,000 claims filed since 1994, still awaiting final disposition, said Mike Rice, a managing director with Aon Financial Services, who co-hosted a Web seminar on the issue.
Roughly a third of China's central bank reserves, approaching an astounding $1 trillion, are in U.S.
Even now, cheap vegetable oil costs roughly $1.25 per litre off the supermarket shelves.
By roughly 100,000 years ago, Earth had entered a glacial period, or a time during an ice age when temperatures plunge.
Roughly 70 percent of districts also offered parents some degree of choice among public schools or the option of applying to a magnet school.