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1 | Overlap sheets of newspaper by about one third of their length and roll them into a tube. |

2 | if there's one third we know, the Japanese have money. |

3 | Around one third of our meals should be based on carbohydrate, with roughly one half of these grains being whole. |

4 | That amounts to one third of the total work force in that sector. |

5 | fires occur in the park each year; in the large forest fires of 1988, nearly one third of the park burnt. |

6 | Meanwhile, those patients who continue with the more expensive haemodialysis must now pay one third of the total cost of treatment. |

7 | A survey found that over one third us employers have fired workers for misusing the Internet on the job. |

8 | Globally, a rise of 1c in sea surface temperature would increase the occurrence of strong storms by about one third, the researchers calculate. |

9 | Other tradeoffs occur in the solution space: for example, the use of one technology over another, or one third-party component over another, or even the use of one set of patterns over another. |

10 | Almost all had been prescribed drugs to reduce the risk of a second heart attack yet one third of smokers had not quit. |

11 | WHO estimates, for example, that this highly transmissible disease could infect around one third of the urban population, or up to 4.5 million people, in Lagos, Nigeria alone. |

12 | American, or almost one third of all Americans, are single. |

13 | According to statistics, one third of the village farmers breeding goldfish, goldfish is a famous village of Shek Pai. |

14 | According to statistics, one third of the village farmers breeding goldfish, it is a famous goldfish village in Shek Pai. |

15 | Overall about one third of patients with claudication will improve, one third will remain stable and one third will deteriorate. |

16 | Over one third of all child deaths are linked to malnutrition. |

17 | Malnutrition is estimated to contribute to more than one third of all child deaths. |

18 | Although this Zigzag Bridge in the whole Linze is that tiny, but if there is no this Zigzag Bridge, Linze will lose one third of the charm. |

19 | One third of the population doesn’t even have a gag reflex! |

20 | Grate the cheese and sprinkle about one third of it over the ham. Continue until you have three layers of omelette, ham and cheese. |

21 | About one third of jazz is in blues form with twelve measures4 in a song and USES — blue notes, "the flatted third, fifth, and seventh notes of the musical scale." |

22 | She devotes one third of her income to savings, one third to living expenses, and one third to charity. |

23 | Under Belgian law, convicts can ask for early release after serving one third of their sentence. |

24 | One third of the world's population is infected with latent TB, and at risk of developing the active disease. |

25 | In many parts of the world, the characteristic 1 croaking has been suddenly stilled in recent years. 2 Amphibians are in serious trouble with one third of 3 species at risk of 4 extinction. |

26 | Around one third of these cases occurred in patients whose immune systems were severely suppressed by haematological malignancy, aggressive chemotherapy for cancer, or post-transplant treatment. |

27 | Chinese unit of length equaling one third of a meter. |

28 | one third of children under five in developing countries were estimated to be stunted as a consequence of poor feeding and repeated infections. |

29 | residential community, each intensive green area shall be more than 400 SQM and at least one third of the green area is beyond the building interval area. |

30 | Thailand "s population is dominated by ethnic Thai and Lao, the latter concentrated in the northeastern Isan region and making up around one third of the population." |