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1. A 1960 study noted that because of rural domination, "a minority of about 25 per cent of the total state population is in majority control of the Alabama legislature."
2. 70 km (27 sq mi) (six per cent of the total land or about 25 per cent of developed space in the territory) is reclaimed from the sea.
3. 70 km (27 sq mi) (six per cent of the total land or about 25 per cent of developed space in the territory) is reclaimed from the sea.
4. About 25 per cent of the population work in the public sector.
5. A study in 1960 concluded that because of rural domination, "A minority of about 25 per cent of the total state population is in majority control of the Alabama legislature."
6. By 1831 1,250,000 children in Great Britain, or about 25 per cent of the eligible population, attended Sunday schools weekly.
7. The burgh has a population of approximately 1,300 with about 25 per cent of pensionable age.
8. About 25 per cent of the structure, boarding station, storage sheds, and trains were destroyed and had to be removed as irreparable.
9. Today about 25 per cent of Saramaka are nominal Christians – mainly Moravian (some since the mid-18th century), but others Roman Catholic.
10. Together the Commonwealth’s 53 member countries account for 30 per cent of the world’s population and about 25 per cent of its international trade and investment.
11. Hongkong Land funded about 25 per cent of the project and retained ownership of the sculpture, while the council covered the remaining cost and managed the space following completion.
12. In 1871, an ad appeared in Cassell's Illustrated Almanac for "SLATER'S MEAT BISCUIT FOR DOGS - Contains vegetable substances and about 25 per cent of Prepared Meat.
13. 18, 2012. Restarting those units boosts Bruce Power's output to 6,300 MW, making Bruce Power the source for about 25 per cent of Ontario's electricity on a typical day.
14. About 25 per cent of students are French immersion and attend from across the Semiahmoo Peninsula.
15. The Deluxe Family Safety continued in production alongside the Mark E and by August 1958 still accounted for about 25 per cent of production.
16. US law does not require employers to grant any vacation or holidays, and about 25 per cent of all employees receive no paid vacation time or paid holidays.
17. As of 2016, Ogema’s population had risen to 403, from 304 in 2006, an increase of about 25 per cent.
18. The market, with a capitalisation of $37 billion, is trading at a fraction of the earnings multiples enjoyed by Iran's neighbours, while average earnings continue to grow at about 25 per cent a year.
19. The Nazis implemented a brutal repression, destroying more than 70 villages that were together home to about 25 per cent of the Crimean Tatar population.
20. The business link with the Royal Mail is also important, although Members may be interested to know that only about 25 per cent.
21. Irish formed about 25 per cent of the European Australian population in the nineteenth century.
22. It has since not only paid its dividends, amounting to about 25 per cent per annum, but has besides expended large sums in developing and improving the property.
23. Since 2003, around 1000 acres of lands which amounts to about 25 per cent of the Kalpitiya islands' total land area have been grabbed in various ways and means from at least 2500 families.
24. The fire was expected to reduce the facility's diesel production by about 25 per cent, but did not affect its gasoline-processing operation.
25. The power station, which houses four 367.5MW Combined Cycle Plants and two 600MW steam plants, contributes about 25 per cent of Singapore’s total power supply.
26. In 1990, the figure was about 25 per cent.
27. 900,000 inhabitants of Hamburg had now to pay the Customs Union duties, adding about 25 per cent on the cost of imports.
28. Lancelot Clark's branch of the family collectively own about 25 per cent.
29. Union membership doubled during the war and peaked at 2,000,000 for 1919 out of some 8,000,000 industrial workers, or about 25 per cent.
30. When it was set up, the group of companies controlled the production of about 25 per cent of facing tiles and ceramic porcelain tiles.
- the United States Supreme Court
- more than sixty years
- the 1950s and
- the U.S. Supreme Court
- Brown v. Board of Education
- George Wallace
- the Civil Rights Act
- and Voting Rights Act
- the U.S. Congress
- The New York Times
- the late 20th century
- the 1980s
- Dillard v. Crenshaw County
- Chilton County
- Conecuh County
- 52,419 square miles
- 135,760 km
- About three-fifths
- the Mississippi River
- North Alabama
- Mobile Bay
- nearly half a mile
- Mount Cheaha