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In addition to appearances like these, other indicators of Mostly Medicaid's growing influence include large gains in the LinkedIn group it manages for industry professionals.
And the number of Democrats saying they are hearing mostly negative news has dropped to 23 percent.
BANGOR Today: Mostly dry and sunny, but perhaps cloudy at first in the east with a few freezing fog patches.
Revenue projections for 2009 compared to 2008 are especially optimistic in the mostly developing world, where 74% anticipate an increase--versus 57% in Europe and 32% in North America.
I first joined DJK Residential in 1990 and initially brokered mostly corporate rentals throughout the city.
Meanwhile, Antonishek's kitchen turns out a menu of basically comfort food with some intriguing twists, mostly in the accompaniments.
Ernie Chambers, Nebraska's only black legislator, would dissolve the district into smaller districts along geographic boundaries, which would create a purportedly mostly black, mostly white and mostly Hispanic district in the north, south and central areas of Omaha.
The human chorus is also colorful, whimsical and much more weird than the occupants of the barn; neighbors and townspeople, and a motley crew of roommates, mostly female, mostly eccentric, all add spice to this home brew of more-urban-than-country rural life.
More recently, Women of the Storm, a nonpartisan group led mostly by wealthy white women from New Orleans, raised a lot of cash and publicity to fly to D.
As movie source material goes, Eric Orner's comic strip "The Mostly Unfabulous Social Life of Ethan Green" is hardly X-Men--not that there's anything wrong with that.
Who would suspect that Nutri-Grain pancakes are mostly refined flour?
The band's history of abrasive guitar noise and odd time signatures is here mostly abandoned for that Lennonesque piano-based sound and conventionally structured songs with gospel and blues-based melodies.
But mostly I like how its musical-within-a-musical form winkingly mimics the way Rodgers and Hammerstein saw The King and I, and many of their other shows: as sneaky, easy-to-digest lessons about tolerance.
Plain: A broad area of mostly flat land at a low elevation.
The right-wing legions include the Murdoch media empire, think tanks like the Heritage Foundation, talk show hosts from Morton Downey (the mostly forgotten '80s TV loudmouth, who blitzkrieged himself in a faked Nazi assault, gets a whole chapter) to Chris Matthews, and TV journalists like the libertarian John Stossel of ABC News.