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1. Ronnie Peterson, off-track, was a model of milk-drinking virtue and not unlike a whole set of happy-family cards.
2. Stallions who run well on off-tracks tend to sire offspring that do the same.
3. Few states allow offtrack betting .
4. There is a distinct difference between skiing on packed trails and skiing "off-track".
5. But Niger is still judged "off-track" to meet its target, because continuing at the current rate will still result in a reduction of slightly below two-thirds.
6. Off-track ski conditions, on the other hand, are up to the weather and any previous skiers.
7. When off-track betting was first introduced, it was seen as a boon to the industry.http://sentencedict.com
8. Although many low-income countries remain off-track to meet the goals for maternal and child health, it is not too late for the goals to be attained.
9. Like what?Jujitsu and off-track betting?
10. I"ve gone completely off-track."
11. But the biggest challenge many entrepreneurs face is the temptation to go off-track.
12. Few count calories or weigh themselves, but when they were asked to self-report their weight, four in 10 were off-track.
13. Whereas on-track betting has dropped every year since 1996, the off-track variety over the same period has increased noticeably.
14. Outside a restaurant a few days later, however, Isabella relates a story that suggests her life is again off-track.
15. Newsflash: The guy who asks career advice for his wife sounds way more needy and off-track than his wife does.
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