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And social is driven by people.

They're driven by the challenge.

Graves ', the latter driven by John Snyder.

By the same criteria, society makes a net loss of 8p for every kilometre driven by car.

Americans aged 16 to 34 reduced their miles driven by 23 percent between 2001 and 2009.

To see what the slogan ' Driven by Nature ' means in reality, have a look at Indonesia.

Our foreign policy has been too driven by friendship rather than by national interests and by aid rather than trade.

At Sam Nujoma, the Chuo Kikuu car, driven by PC Noel together with the police officers, including Sgt James, stopped.

The cars went off to a good start and the Mercedes driven by Karachiola and Berner did extremely well in early stages.

This is true as far as it goes, yet the market system is no more driven by narrow self interest than the democratic system.

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A third of the population died of hunger, some driven to cannibalism.

When I was much younger, someone gave me a copy of Driven to Distraction.

I've noticed the Driven to **25;97;TOOLONG jokes more than the Violence to Kids, which I find just as distasteful.

I am especially glad to hear that you are reading Driven to Distraction, Delivered from Distraction and SuperParenting for ADD.

More >> We have all been doing our best to walk or wheel to school instead of hopping in the car and getting driven to school all the time.

So want this framed and on the wall!: -) And yes, it does say ' driven to extremes ' and it's unlikely that the article is going to be a good one.

Some children have been murdered, some children driven to suicide, some driven to suicide in adulthood, and many, many, many murdered in their souls.

However, if you are driven to the idea of postural transformation by aches and pains, you will certainly be more motivated, and the side-effects of a challenging new habit may be more tolerable.

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Possible tax for each mile driven in the Bay Area?

If anything, I'd more driven in my 40s than I was in my 30s.

However, the miles driven in Texas went up 238% in the same 40 years.

Egypt Egypt has one of the highest road fatalities per mile driven in the world.

Motorists aged 21 to 30 accounted for 14 percent of miles driven in 2010, down from 21 percent in 1995.

It stinks when you're very driven in your writing and ready to move ahead, without knowing which way you're moving.

In the period 1980 to 2008, the vehicle-miles driven in the nation increased 96 percent, but the lane-miles of public roads increased only 7.

If all of today's commuters put their decisions up to a similarly high threshold, we could surely cut down annual miles driven in this country by at least half.

It indicates, for example, that in the South Coast (Los Angeles) region, a fee averaging 19 per mile driven in congested conditions would reduce total vehicle trips by about 3.

Until fairly recently, this is precisely what was happening in South Africa, with court case backlogs rising steadily -- driven in large part by backlogs in our forensic laboratories.

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Do nt talk about airbags for a car meant to driven on the tracks.

Commercial vehicles cover 17% of the miles driven on Britain's roads.

In total, 30% of all miles driven on our roads are by at-work vehicles.

At a certain distance to the magnet, piece of an iron gets driven on to the magnet.

It also turns out the Volt's miles driven on electricity cost us more money than if it'd simply consumed gasoline instead.

These people should not spend more money of the car buyings as their cars lies most of the time in garages rather than driven on the streets.

What are the qualifications for each tier? There are three tiers in the program, which are based on the average number of transponder kilometres driven on 407 ETR each month.

This creates an obvious transportation challenge for the sustainability-minded off-gridders, as every mile driven on the family's 4x4 is a giant step back off the path to a carbon-neutral life.

Eructation of unhealthy souls Into the faded air, the torpid Driven on the wind that sweeps the gloomy hills of London, Hampstead and Clerkenwell, Campden and Putney, Highgate, Primrose and Ludgate.

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You must keep records of kms driven for employment and personal kms driven.

I hadn? t driven for 10 years and realised that I had lost my independence by not driving.

Dirty Coal is roughly half as polluting as gasoline or diesel per mile driven for a comparable vehicle.

Plug-in hybrids can be driven for long distances -- from a few miles to as much as 40 miles -- without using any gasoline.

If you are using the vehicle for other purposes, you must keep proper records of the kilometers driven for the rental property.

Like other forms of Guerrilla Warfare, terrorism is also PSYOP driven for it has to constantly capitalize on its appeals to hold on to present supporters and to enlist prospective ones.

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Projects ' driven from the place '.

Classic Car Rescue is the worst motoring show since Drivel, sorry Driven from way back in the mists of time on Channel 4.

One was that the strategy was too driven from the top, and as such did not get deep enough into the hearts and minds of teachers and principals.

If you do not want to use your actual expenses for 2011 you can use the standard medical mileage rate of 19 cents a mile for miles driven from January 1 to June 30, and 23.

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New vehicles can lose a substantial percentage of their original value as soon as they? re driven out of a showroom.

The pain of the coughing fit had not quite driven out of Winston's mind the impression made by his dream, and the rhythmic movements of the exercise restored it somewhat.

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But table 4-4 says that annual miles driven per licensed driver was 14,769 miles.

I'd sure you're right that there are more miles driven per person in US than in UK.

It would be interesting to see a chart on miles driven per inflation adjusted dollar spent on fuel.

Let's say average fuel efficiency of automobiles rose from 25 mpg to 250 mpg, and average miles driven per person per year was 10,000 just prior.

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The pulley is driven with a engine 21.

Cost per mile driven with electricity is also a small fraction of the cost per mile with gas and diesel.

They're narrative driven with their own scenarios, and Microsoft plans on making these missions episodic.

They are quite driven with such things and this actually serves as complement to that of male personality.

Based on actual data of all current users, we have replaced 80% of total miles driven with American generated electricity.

Today I will share the little secret around our methodology which is more driven with passion and quest to bridge the emerging digital gaps.

Excellent mpg if driven with a light foot - over 60 to the gallon! Problems: like many people I had a temporary issue with a door not functioning.

A carriage B driven with a pulley C is illustrated for driving a buffing device D plus an air measuring device E at a predetermined speed over the reed.

Tier 1 - equal to or greater than 1,500 km Tier 2 - 900 - 1,499 km Tier 3 - 400 - 899 km What are transponder kilometres? These refer to kilometres driven with a valid transponder.

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Hop on a bus, be driven around in comfort, do a whistle stop tour of Fraser Island and be home by dinner time 2.

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Yesterday, I have bought Suzuki Mehran VXR EFi which was 20 KMs driven at the time of delivery.

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This one of course being remembered all the way through the film, but most notable of course, for the end scene where the car gets driven into the Grand Canyon.

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Heat, humidity, crowds, noise, traffic and air pollution all conspire to beat the most driven of photographers into submission.

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Actually, calling Jericho a town would be too generous -- it has become more like a ghost town, since two warring gangs have ' driven off all the decent folk.

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Personal Risk ratings are based on the total number of fatal and serious injury crashes per kilometre driven over the same section of road.

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When I got there it was very driven towards pattern cutting skills.

She's obviously still doing great, still on program and very driven towards the goal.

We became very driven towards researching less environmentally impactful materials, manufacturing and processes.