I use the word "forgotten" because they are unlike the SNP politicians who are willing to stand up to the Westminster government in reaction to vicious cuts that have created untold misery and hardship, with record homelessness almost equal to
97 percent from a year earlier to 13,138,400, almost equal to
sales for the whole of 2009 -- 13,644,800.
Currently, such a crime is gaining momentum that is almost equal to
gun, drugs, and diamond trafficking.
By commenting the formation of the opposition front, Darko Janevski from Nova Makedonija estimates that after this, Crvenkovski's chances of defeating Gruevski are almost equal to
While it offers a cheaper option for the workers, for the hairdressers this is assured work, almost equal to
one week's slogging at their shops.
Surrounding properties re-zoned industrial, & the price for this business/property almost equal to
land value for industrial.
Their compression set reportedly is better than PVC and EVA and almost equal to
Sure, a ``subway to the sea'' sounds nice, something the Chamber of Commerce could sell to tourists and to justify the public subsidy of a downtown convention hotel - a sum almost equal to
the cost of the Valley subway.
The combined maximum diving depths of which two animals featured above is almost equal to
the diving depth of the emperor penguin.
The probability of an unwelcome fall in inflation had diminished in recent months and appeared almost equal to
that of a rise in inflation.
If we progress it will be up there with some of the greatest moments in the club's history - almost equal to
the run to the quarter-finals against Bayern Munich in 1989.