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The unrigged 27-cm (10 5/8-inch) size ShadTeez weighs 4 1/8 ounces, the 22-cm (8 5/8-inch) weighs 2 1/4 ounces, and the 16-cm (6 1/4-inch) weighs 1 3/8 ounces--heavy enough for long casting distance without any added weight.
The coin analogy, however, is untidy because Linda's social identity and afterwork engagement were not an unrigged coin.
The dramatic post-referendum shift in the long-standing powerhouse of decision-making from the metropolises to Upper Egypt can be chiefly attributed to democracy and two of its attributes: unrigged, free voting.
We have the great unrigged game, he'd tell them, we have oversight and regulation, we're the great stable democracy with reliable, responsible capitalism.
Furthermore, even if it were still in good condition it was unrigged. It lacks anchors and cables and so it does not have what are needed to sail.
Asghar Khan replying to a query said that Pakistan had not seen a single fair, transparent, and unrigged election since it came into being, which was highly unfortunate.
The struggle now is not just to have unrigged elections but to make sure that elections do not become the sole outcome of this revolutionary process.
He also claims that the "fight upon the water came short of that shew and bragges had ben made of yt." And he insists that the king and others "tooke so litle delight to see no other activitie but shooting and potting of gunnes that yt is quite geven over and the navy unrigged and the castle pulled downe." (33) Chamberlain adds a grim account of the number of people injured in the spectacle.
A respected reformist, accused of organizing deadly riots after the June election, reportedly testified before a Tehran court Saturday that President Ahmadi-nejad's victory came in a clean and unrigged vote.
The dip of the cliffs leaves the unrigged two-master in relief on the shallow saline flats against a haze of cloud-skim and spindrift.
So, despite the ousting of two Thaksin proxies in a row by the court and the elite, Thais are likely to return yet another Thaksin loyalist if they are allowed to vote in an unrigged election.
Nothing like democracy exists in the Muslim world, where Turkey alone has ever experienced a change of government through a free and unrigged election, and there only once.
Although the political framework of colonialism was unrigged at independence in 1961, it left in its place a fragile nation-state still wholly dependent on foreign ballast.
There is no unfairness in treating the winners better than the losers so long as the lottery is unrigged.
The second method is the dummy variable approach, which uses an econometric model of price formation and a pooled sample of rigged and unrigged bids.
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