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We assume that the $ 150, 000 is John's best estimate of the sale price that he will be able to achieve in 3 years time ( after deducting all expenses, of course ).
We set it up for 150, 000 to 200, 000 people.
Sheikh Abdullah Al Ghraifi, the deputy head of the Islamic Scholars Council, gave a clear warning of the clerics ' intent: " We have at our disposition 150, 000 votes that we will forward to the MPs, and I hope that they understand this message clearly.
We get e-mails from them, so we know they're out there, those people will probably live about an extra 150 years because of all that orgone energy that they're saving and not wasting away.
We also learn that the show does not take place in the future, but rather the distant past, over 150, 000 years ago.
We have 150 men & are determined to defend the Alamo to the last.
PCP sticker of 1998: 150 years after the Communist Manifesto | Manifesto, Here We Are!
We are something apart, yet an integral part " ( Ellington 1963, 150 ).
All of this because they have no God ... Bush was behind the of Gush Katif, he encouraged Sharon to expel Gush Katif ... We had 15, 000 people expelled here Israel, and there America 150, 000 expelled.
Anson initially was unimpressed with the 150 pound Duffy, telling him, " We already have a batboy.
We Rock Hard sold well in the US, selling over 150, 000 and reaching the top 30 of the Billboard Heatseeker chart.
We can then say that she added 150 rupees worth of output to the dress as contrary to that she produced 800 rupees worth of output.
We are also one of the largest providers of higher education outside of the university sector in England, with over 150 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees and a wide range of vocational and professional courses available.
: We, members of the Church of Jesus Christ, from more than 150 nations, participants in the International Congress on World Evangelization at Lausanne, praise God for his great salvation and rejoice in the fellowship he has given us with himself and with each other.
" Al Pavich, Former Commander and CEO Emeritus of VVSD ( Veterans Village of San Diego ), who helped coordinate the Stand Down, said " We had enough meals for 150 and 700 showed up.
" We welcome the UNESCO recognition, which highlights the importance of the holy places of a religion that in 150 years has gone from a small group found only in the Middle East to a worldwide community with followers in virtually every country ," said Albert Lincoln, secretary-general of the Baha ' i International Community.
A rally of 150, 000 to 300, 000 people with slogans " We are all Khojalians, we are all Karabakhians!

150 and call
From 2008 to 2010 conservative groups, linked to religious institutions, managed to collect 150, 000 signatures to call a referendum to decline unions between same-sex couples.
According to the 2000 census, there are a total of 21, 150 Siquijodnons, as the residents of Siquijor call themselves.
150 business and professional men responded to the call for volunteers.
Hardware requirements under Vista call for 150 MB free space, a 800 MHz processor and 512 MB RAM.
Requirements under Windows XP similarly call for 150 MB free space, a 300 MHz processor, and 256 MB of RAM.
Although both systems use digital signaling to connect the radio towers ( which listen to the handsets ) to the rest of the telephone system, the voice itself during a call is encoded to digital signals in 2G whereas 1G is only modulated to higher frequency, typically 150 MHz and up.
This was a switching amplifier ( many would call this a Class D Amplifier ) that provide about 150 watts per channel.
[...] Sattler received a phone call from [...] an ' unnamed businessman ' — [...] ten minutes later there was a call from Graham's bank to tell Sattler that $ 150, 000 had been deposited in the ailing comedian's account.
Starting with President Lincoln's first call for troops and continuing throughout the war, Illinois sent 150 infantry regiments ; they were numbered from the 7th IL to the 156th IL.
Its plans also call for 3, 150 homes.

150 and food
The Irish potato famine of the 1840s was caused by a plant disease that reached the Highlands in 1846, where 150, 000 people faced disaster because their food supply was largely potatoes ( with a little herring, oatmeal and milk ).
In about 150, Justin Martyr wrote of the Eucharist: " Not as common bread and common drink do we receive these ; but in like manner as Jesus Christ our Savior, having been made flesh by the Word of God, had both flesh and blood for our salvation, so likewise have we been taught that the food which is blessed by the prayer of His word, and from which our blood and flesh by transmutation are nourished, is the flesh and blood of that Jesus who was made flesh.
Civilian deaths exceeded the prewar level by 150, 000, caused by food shortages and the Spanish Flu
The typical cost of food for four people for six months was about $ 150.
That year Israel exported $ 200 million worth of chemicals and oil products to Greece and imported $ 150 million worth of cement, food, and building materials.
Featured at the annual three-day event are more than 10 musical acts, numerous competitions for people of all ages, as well as more than 150 craft vendors and food venues, featuring the festival's signature barbecued chicken.
* White Lake Area Arts & Crafts Festival: Features more than 150 talented and creative artists, live entertainment and food.
Though earning only 150 yen, or about $ 7, per month, she used some of her earnings to feed POWs, smuggling food in as she did before.
The market area was submerged and had approximately 150 stalls with the majority selling food.
His troops were in the most desperate condition, owing to lack of food ; and out of 150, 000 men under him when he started, only 87, 000 men with 12, 000 horses escaped into Swiss territory.
Agriculture was also important, but it did not produce enough to feed the populace, so most food had to be imported ( it is estimated that the carrying capacity of Attica's soil was between 84, 000 and 150, 000, while the population was 300, 000 to 350, 000 in 431 BC ).
In December, their physical activity decreases once snow depth reaches 15 – 20 cm, and will not vacate their burrows for more than 150 – 200 m. Their daily activities increase during February when the females become receptive and when food is more available.
In the winter of 1916 / 1917 150, 000 people were dependent on food aid, and strikes broke out.
The population in the Moray Firth in Scotland is estimated to consist of around 150 animals, and is declining by around 6 % per year from harassment, traumatic injury, water pollution and reduction in food availability.
( Love is Feeding Everyone ) which provided food for 150, 000 needy people a week in Los Angeles.
Lawrence then rode 150 miles to Suez to arrange Royal Navy delivery of food and supplies for the 2500 Arabs and 700 Ottoman prisoners in Aqaba ; soon the city was co-occupied by a large Anglo-French flotilla ( including warships and sea planes ), which helped the Arabs secure their hold on Aqaba.
Single men pay a flat-rate entrance charge of about 80 to 150 euros, which includes food, drink and unlimited sex sessions, with the added twist that these are performed in the open in full view of all the guests.
The net proceeds of $ 150, 633. 22 generated during the auction was donated to charities in the Greater Boston area, and $ 40, 000 worth of My Grandma's Coffee Cakes was donated to local food banks.
In 2003, Quackwatch listed 150 scientific and technical advisors: 67 medical advisors, 12 dental advisors, 13 mental health advisors, 16 nutrition and food science advisors, 3 podiatry advisors, 8 veterinary advisors, and 33 other " scientific and technical advisors " were listed.
Arizona Congressman Jeff Flake once said of Serrano's $ 150, 000 earmark to repair the roof at the city-owned Arthur Avenue Market ( a historic indoor produce and prepared food market in the Bronx's " Little Italy "), " I would argue this is one cannoli the taxpayer doesn ’ t want to take a bite of.
The food bank distributed $ 30 million worth of food each year without government funding ; 150, 000 people are estimated to have used its services every month.
In March 2007, around 150 people were diagnosed with salmonellosis after eating tainted food at a governor's reception in Krasnoyarsk, Russia.

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