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Pina Kollars - Quick Look
... AllMusic compared her to Stevie Nicks, praising her unique voice, and awarding it 3/5 ... Les Inrockuptibles compared her to Nick Drake and Emmylou Harris, blending Celtic romanticism with centra-European classicism ... RootsWorld compared her to Melanie, praising her voice but questioning whether the lyrics meant anything ...
Glatiramer Acetate - Effectiveness
... A 15-year followup of the original trial compared patients who continued with glatiramer to patients who dropped out of the trial ... and transition to secondary progressive MS, compared to patients who did not continue glatiramer. 2007 ECTRIMS meeting, the efficacy of glatiramer acetate was compared to high-dose/high-frequency interferon beta ...
Mindarie, Western Australia - Demographics
... Mindarie has a unique demographic profile, compared to surrounding areas ... Of these, only 46.21% were born in Australia, compared to a national average of 70.9% ... contains a substantial British-born population of 31.27%, a disproportionately high figure compared to the surrounding coastal area, as well as the Australian national average ...
Economy Of South Carolina - Health Care
... teen birth rate was 53 births per 1000 teens, compared to the average of 41.9 births for the US, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation ... mortality rate was 9.4 deaths per 1000 births compared to the US average of 6.9 deaths ... There were 2.6 physicians per 1000 people compared to the US average of 3.2 physicians ...
Taplow
... Compared with national figures, the ward had a relatively high proportion of workers in agriculture and real estate ... of April 2001 to March 2002 the average gross weekly income of households was £840, compared with an average of £660 in South East England ... residents aged 16–74, 37.2% had a higher education qualification or the equivalent, compared with 19.9% nationwide ...

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