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1. See: Second mortgage.

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In the eight-page lawsuit, Johnson and Nicholas said they have complained to prison doctors about the second-hand smoke, and that prison treatment was inadequate.
Ahmad Ali, a shopkeeper at Karachi Company market, said all second-hand sweaters and jackets were imported and were of good quality and being sold at a very low price.
Second-hand smoke contains more than 4,000 chemicals while much of cigarette smoke is invisible and has no smell, which makes it harder to detect the danger.
Rumen Radev who is in charge of the working group of the Bulgarian Defense Ministry for the purchase of the jet fighters for the Bulgarian Air Force noted that the offers covering Bulgaria's requirements for the deal include new planes from Swedish producer Gripen, second-hand Eurofighters from Italy, and second-hand F-16s from Portugal.
Second-hand smoke contains over 4,000 dangerous chemicals, some of which can cause cancer.
An official from the Ministry of Commerce and Industry told Times of Oman that most of the second-hand tyre purchases are made by Omanis belonging to the low-income group.
The Court of Justice ruled that the tax on a second-hand car from another member state cannot be higher than the "residual tax" incorporated in the value of a similar vehicle registered nationally.
The figure is based on Glass's insight into car values with experts concluding that 10,000 miles is the 'golden number' of miles you need to drive if you are to recover the extra cost of buying a second-hand diesel.
Second-hand smoking results in more than 300,000 GP visits among children every year, 9,500 hospital visits and costs the NHS more than pounds 23.
Children are particularly at risk from second-hand smoke, especially in vehicles where a confined space means there is no respite from the harm of the toxic chemicals in cigarettes.
According to the study funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), part of the National Institutes of Health, exposure to this second-hand smoke evokes cravings among smokers.
Second-hand clothes are sold all over the capital, in shops and on hand carts.