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being one more than eighty

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To provide a semblance of structure, Cameroonian curator Simon Njami grouped works by eighty-one artists from roughly half of Africa's fifty-four nations under three abstract dualisms: Identity and History, Body and Soul, and City and Land.
A total of 217 women were randomized to one of three groups: Eighty-one women received an intra-amniotic injection of prostaglandin, followed by insertion into the cervix of a laminaria tent and intravenous administration of oxytocin; 84 received 400 mcg of vaginal misoprostol every four hours for up to 24 hours; and 52 received the same misoprostol dose, on the same schedule, but orally.
EIGHTY-one fewer people have died on the roads this year compared to last year since the introduction of penalty points.
Eighty-one percent consider it important that a computer have skill levels that change and increase as their computer skills improve, while 89 percent of those surveyed say that a computer should come with instructions in "plain English" not "computerese.
Two hundred eighty-one healthy, sedentary women were randomly assigned to either a quit-smoking program combined with three supervised, vigorous exercise sessions per week or the same program without exercise.
Elinor Neary, who died June 29, 1995, at the age of eighty-one, was one of a kind and made ballet mom a term of honor rather than opprobrium.
Eighty-one percent are from companies headquartered in the U.
Eighty-one percent of IT professionals say they are unsure if they will use it; 14 percent plan to use the UAC, and 4 percent do not.
Eighty-one percent of the original students in the 1993 program are now freshmen and sophomores in college.
Eighty-one percent of the students said they felt safe at school in 2000, compared to 80 percent the year before.
She died at eighty-one in 1944 and left more than a thousand paintings and drawings to her family, with a stipulation that any public presentation of her work be withheld until twenty years after her death.
Eighty-one percent of the adult population in America, we learn, says that the arts and humanities are "essential" to "healthy American society.
But there are 400,000 frozen embryos in the freezers at fertility clinics, and Nightlight Christian Adoptions has managed to bring all of eighty-one into being.
Eighty-one of those are beer and wine licenses for businesses that sell alcohol to be consumed elsewhere, DeWing said.