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1. 56 per cent of new cars were bought on credit.
2. The Olympic medallist's time in the 200 metres final was 2 minutes 11.56 seconds.
3. George W. Bush carried the state with 56 percent of the vote.
4. The company lists its current assets at $56.9 million.
5. Wheat averages 56 pounds to a bushel.
6. Barn owls are capable of flight at 56 days.sentencedict.com
7. Reiner, 56, has all but conceded the race to his rival.
8. The conference was attended by delegates from 56 countries.
9. The company reported a net loss of $56 million last year.
10. The welfare budget has been cut by $56 billion.
11. We have offices in over 56 countries worldwide.
12. A single room at the Astir Hotel costs ￡56 a night.
13. The final count in last month's referendum showed 56.7 per cent in favour.
14. Dad retired at the age of 56.
15. Caserta, 56, pleaded guilty to one count each of wire fraud and conspiracy.
16. The latest nationwide survey showed Clinton defeating Dole 56 percent to 39 percent in a hypothetical two-way race.
17. Worldwide the insurance industry has lost US$56,000 million in the past two years from storm damage alone.
18. The bodies of 56 people who were tortured, executed and even buried alive by Hizbullah have been found in several towns.
19. Private schools spend on average ￡56 per pupil per year on equipment.
20. Luke Nightingale gave Pompey the lead after 56 minutes and Mike Panopoulos netted from the spot for the second.
21. By the time Dilley went for 56 there was a tiny glimmer of hope.
22. In 1989 direct government expenditure on agricultural and industrial subsidies fell, in dollar terms, by 56% compared with 1988.
23. O'Neill won the opener on the final ball but was then hit with breaks of 77, 60 and 56.
24. Pre-tax profits rose 16.3% to ￡55.1m, on turnover up 56.5% to ￡508.3m.
25. In the present case it is alleged that Pantell S.A. has contravened sections 47, 56 and 57.
26. Micron fell 2 7 / 8 to 33 and Intel slumped 1 / 4 to 56 5 / 8.
27. He fills a vacancy created by the recent resignation of James White, 56 years old and former vice chairman.
28. Business Internet Services is projected to grow to $ 56.6 billion in 2003, from $ 7.7 billion in 1999.
29. His long throw allowed Chris Kiwomya to plunder the opening goal after 56 minutes.
30. Average crude oil prices were $ 16. 67 per barrel, up $ 1. 56 from a year ago.