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In some rural counties and dense cities alike, the racial disparity in maternal deaths is jaw-dropping: Chickasaw County, Mississippi, for instance, has a maternal death rate for women of color that's higher than Rwanda's.
Manafort, for instance, reported $42 million in assets in March 2016; $136 million that May; and $28 million and $63 million that August, in two separate financial applications, the government said.
Who, for instance, will be the character that ties the shows together?
Though not perfect, that funding level is better than many public pension funds — for instance the Pew Charitable Trusts have estimated that nationally state pensions are only about 72% funded.
At Ottawa Hills High in Grand Rapids, for instance, Principal Kaushik Sarkar has been teaching one math class this school year — an arrangement that ends next week because the district was finally able to hire a permanent teacher.
And Spielberg reminds us that, for instance, Schindler’s List was both thematically weighty and also a masterpiece of provoking an emotional response.
New Hampshire comes out looking pretty good in both, for instance.
In Houston, for instance, there was no evacuation order, and people hunkered down.
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