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They consist, usually, of a hemispherical bowl of heavy glass in which is packed a compound containing what, according to John Carter, must be radium.
according to John Horowitz, vice president-regional manager of the firm's Brooklyn office.
NICKY RICHARDS is eyeing the last two big handicaps in the Coral Scottish Grand National a week on Saturday and the bet365 Gold Cup the following weekend with Native Coral and According To John.
WITH the going expected to be testing, According To John was yesterday given the chance to deputise for his Kempton conqueror Ungaro in Saturday's Reynoldstown Chase at Ascot and punters were warned to expect "a big run" from the Nicky Richards-trained understudy, writes David Carr.
Now according to John Hechinger and Daniel Goldin of The Wall Street Journal, a smoking gun has been discovered.
Try this: According to John Crennan, HSV's chairman, "63% of our customers say they wouldn't have bought a GM product if it weren't for HSV.
Most churches at that time did not even have blacks and whites in the same building, according to John Waite, restoration architect and expert on the history of the basilica.
According to John Mazor, spokesman for the Air Line Pilots Association, U.
For business continuity planning, size does matter, according to John Medaska, vice president of business development with Relational Technology Services (www.
According to John Dower's prize-winning 1999 study of the US occupation, Embracing Defeat, daylight savings time, called sanma taimu, was opposed on the grounds that it simply extended the difficulty of "daily" life.
According to John Boehner, chairman of the House Education and the Workforce Committee, the Ready to Teach Act "seeks to meet the call of the No Child Left Behind Act to place a highly qualified teacher in every classroom by making improvements that will help ensure teacher training programs are producing well-prepared teachers to meet the needs of America's students.