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1 Alabama's programs of higher education include 14 four-year public universities, two-year community colleges, and 17 private, undergraduate and graduate universities.
2 A study on adults ages 55+ found that during the four-year study period, people who volunteered for two or more organizations had a 63% lower likelihood of dying.
3 The councillors serve for four-year terms, and elections are held between the 30th and 40th days following the dissolution of the previous Council.
4 Senators serve four-year terms and House members two.
5 The governor of Alaska serves four-year terms.
6 The University of Alaska has attempted to combat this by offering partial four-year scholarships to the top 10% of Alaska high school graduates, via the Alaska Scholars Program.
7 the Staten's 21 members are elected by direct, popular vote to serve a four-year term.
8 The governor of Aruba is appointed for a six-year term by the monarch, and the prime minister and deputy prime minister are indirectly elected by the Staten for four-year terms.
9 The National Assembly (Assembleia Nacional) has 223 members, elected for a four-year term, 130 members by proportional representation, 90 members in provincial districts, and 3 members to represent Angolans abroad.
10 In September 1896, he passed the Swiss Matura with mostly good grades, including a top grade of 6 in physics and mathematical subjects, on a scale of 1–6. At 17, he enrolled in the four-year mathematics and physics teaching diploma program at the Zürich polytechnic school.
11 According to article 140 of the constitution and the presidential decree on electoral law, mayors of cities should be elected through free and direct elections for a four-year term.
12 The National Military Academy of Afghanistan, modeled after the United States Military Academy at West Point, is a four-year military development institution dedicated to graduating officers for the Afghan Armed Forces.
13 The city council consists of 31 members elected for four-year terms.
14 The Governor of American Samoa is the head of government and along with the lieutenant governor of American Samoa is elected on the same ticket by popular vote for four-year terms.
15 The Senate also has 18 members, elected for a four-year term by and from the chiefs of the islands.
16 When specimens of intermediate age and size are plotted on a graph, an S-shaped growth curve results, with the most rapid growth occurring in a four-year period ending around the sixteenth year of life, a pattern also seen in other tyrannosaurids.
17 Albert was granted a four-year truce early in 1521.
18 In 1925, the school became the Tempe State Teachers College and offered four-year Bachelor of Education degrees as well as two-year teaching certificates.
19 Voters elect four councilors by ward and a mayor, who each serve four-year terms.
20 The remaining half serve a full four-year term.
21 Conservatories and drama schools typically offer two- to four-year training on all aspects of acting.
22 Universities mostly offer three- to four-year programs, in which a student is often able to choose to focus on acting, whilst continuing to learn about other aspects of theatre.
23 The mayor and council serve four-year terms.
24 In October 2006, Brennaman left the Diamondbacks to call games with his father for the Reds beginning in 2007, signing a four-year deal (his FOX duties remained unchanged).
25 On January 13, 2009, the Braves signed Japanese pitcher Kenshin Kawakami to a three-year deal, and two days later signed free agent pitcher Derek Lowe to a four-year contract.
26 The Phillies 1993 championship was also part of a four-year reign of exclusive division championships by the Phillies and the Pittsburgh Pirates, their in-state rivals.
27 It was then fully authorized to confer four-year degrees on both men and women.
28 Council members are elected to four-year terms, staggered every two years.
29 On 3 June 2009, it was reported that Aon had signed a four-year shirt sponsorship deal with English football giant Manchester United.
30 students seeking baccalaureate degrees had to commute or move to the main campus in Baton Rouge in order to gain a four-year degree.