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being one more than ninety


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Board independence: Ninety-one percent of respondents have an independent chairman, lead director or presiding director--up from 83 percent in 2005 and 71 percent in 2004.
Ninety-one days later, NetZero had a new business model, charging $9.
WASHINGTON -- Ninety-one percent of white Catholics and 84 percent of white Protestants support legislation that would allow a patient or his or her closest family member to decide if medical action should be taken to prolong the patient's life, according to a new study by the Pew Research Center.
Ninety-one percent of participating vets discussed the program with 9 others and 68 percent of producers shared ATP experiences with an average of 7 other people.
At ninety-one Franklin continued to set ballets from the heyday of the Ballets Russes.
Ninety-one military officers and civilians graduated from the Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies "Comprehensive Security Responses to Terrorism Course (CSRT)" in Honolulu on September 16, 2005.
NINETY-one year-old Mark Felt, the deputy head of the FBI in the early 1970s, has stepped forward to claim that he was Deep Throat - the secret source instrumental in the downfall of President Richard Nixon.
In his later years he lived in Florida where he died in 1968 at the age of ninety-one.
Ninety-one percent of the 53 fleets surveyed are in favor of using biodiesel, with 45 percent currently employing the alternative fuel.
This anthology of ninety-one texts from the Ancient Near East has resources for every part of the Old Testament, and the editors have done a great job of removing archaic English and providing a pleasing layout on the page.
Ninety-one percent of top companies use corporate Web sites for recruiting (iLogos Research 2002).
Ninety-one percent of all federal contract actions to women-owned small businesses that year came from six agencies: Defense, Veterans Affairs, GSA, Justice, Agriculture and HHS.
Ninety-one percent of respondents said they outsource at least one service, up from 82 percent in 2000.
Ninety-one percent of those surveyed believed biometric screening was acceptable to check the identity of a gun purchaser against a felon database.
Ninety-one percent indicated that their overall profitability would mimic their financial position.