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1 Blackwell is 59, strong looking and enormously energetic.
2 59 per cent of people believed the pound should be allowed to float freely.
3 Average earnings in the South East were about ￡59,000, although that may be an overestimate.
4 Cars are 59% dearer in Britain than in Europe.
5 The world record then stood at 6.59 metres.
6 In the recent survey of Republican delegates, 59 percent said abortions should be sharply limited or banned altogether.
7 The bank dropped the interest paid on its current account from 4.88 per cent to 4.59 per cent.
8 Velvet curtains down from ￡59.99 to ￡29.99, knitwear reduced from ￡19.99 to ￡9.99.
9 His time of 3 mins 59.4 sec had left him exhausted to the point of collapse.
10 Among single men, 59 percent buy into the myth and 68 percent of all married men believe it to be true.
11 Comment 59% of respondents disagreed with this proposal, 82% of whom were sole practitioners.
12 Ringlero, 78, who has been making saddles for 59 years,[www.Sentencedict.com] smiles when he tells that story.
13 I recently retired at age 59, and my wife, a year younger, is retired as well.
14 Of the 59 people who were living there, 29 have had to go into alternative accommodation.
15 When you have a chance to shoot 59, the last thing you want to do is leave it short.
16 Sato, 59, replaced Keisaku Manabe, 64, who will assume the ceremonial post of company chairman.
17 The average temperature rise over all areas was 0.59 degrees.
18 The DOS version is even cheaper - it goes for a very reasonable ￡59.
19 At ￡100, it would be good value for money, but at ￡59.95, it's an absolute steal.
20 That totals ￡59.40, but ￡14.14 is deducted, leaving her total family credit at ￡45.26 a week.
21 But he threw for only 59 touchdowns in that time.
22 Chase shares rose 2 3 / 8 to 59 3 / 8 in heavy trading.
23 The second crew lifted off on 28 July of the same year and remained on board for nearly 59 days.
24 The employment commission reviewed the request and said the prevailing wage for the job was $ 59, 000 a year.
25 The ruling party won 103 mayorships, the leftist Democratic Revolution party took 59, and center-right National Action won 39.
26 Analysts surveyed by First Call / Thomson Financial had forecast a consensus 59 cents per share.
27 The 1993 Labour Force Survey showed that 61 per cent of black women aged 16 to 59 had higher and other qualifications.
28 He makes a joke of the injury because, at 59, it is an inconvenience rather than a disaster.
29 The bonds, which are noncallable for three months, were priced at a spread of 59 basis points above Treasurys.
30 Precisely when this occurred is not clear, but from the sequence of events it was probably in 59.