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Each 5x8" page is split down the middle, to make 4x5" flippable flash cards with questions on the front and answers on the back, with the majority of space on each card is left open for notes.
The city's Democratic voters nearly split down the middle between Stephen Lynch and Ed Markey, but Mr.
The 25-year-old was looking uncharacteristically classy for a change in a demure black and white dress which then split down the back, exposing her derriere to the waiting paps.
Perceptions of the economy was split down party lines, with 62 percent of Democrats saying that it's getting better, and 66 percent Republicans saying it's getting worse.
Sandwich Pittas, which roll out next month, are round flat breads that split down the middle to make them easier to fill.
The council's planning committee was split down the middle over plans for the shop at 68 Station Road, Erdington, which was approved on the casting vote of chairman Coun Peter Douglas Osborn (Con, Weoley).
It took place on Bernauer Strasse which was split down the middle by the wall which separated the east and the west of the city for 28 years.
Insiders split down the middle this week when asked whether lawmakers ought to be paid full-time salaries instead of the $600 per month they make now.
However, they were split down the middle over the impact that the 81
They were split down the middle over the impact that the Au81 billion cuts would have on the economy.
ONE of Britain's oldest oaks has been made the subject of a protection order after it was split down the centre.
Because mercury injected into the lymph of cadavers revealed the other half of the known world, we leave the house & eat sushi on your birthday--eel, urchin & shrimp split down their spine as though in search of something.