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Data - United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime
Data. UNODC Homicide Statistics 2013. Homicide counts and rates, time series 2000-2012. Percentage of male and female homicide victims, latest year
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New homes sales, reported Monday, soared 18.6 percent from April, and were at the highest annual rate since 2008.
Soar | Definition of Soar by Merriam-Webster
Verb. The temperature soared to 100 degrees. Stock prices are beginning to soar. The oil shortage sent prices soaring. The nation's divorce rate has soared. The eagle soared above us. A hang glider soared in the air. The rocket soared into the sky. The ball soared out of the stadium. The mountain soars over 20,000 feet above sea level.. Noun
What We Know | Earthquakes in Oklahoma
While we know that Oklahoma has historically experienced some level of seismicity, we know that the recent rise in earthquakes cannot be entirely attributed to natural causes.
Walt Disney Company (The) (DIS) Stock Historical Prices & Data
Discover historical prices for DIS stock on Yahoo Finance. View daily, weekly or monthly format back to when Walt Disney Company (The) stock was issued.
Qualcomm made a deal with Apple. Its stock has soared 40%
Qualcomm bet it all on its bitter dispute with Apple and won. Now, after the fight was officially ended, its stock is soaring.
Why Catalyst Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Soared in March -- The ...
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Major League Baseball Salaries by Baseball Almanac
Major League Baseball Salaries. Baseball Almanac is pleased to present an eye-opening chart of Major League baseball salaries — including in red the minimum wage set forth by the Major League Baseball Player Association and in green, the average salary paid to players during the regular season.
Why Cognex Soared 17.4% in February -- The Motley Fool
The earnings or guidance had nothing overtly positive to say, but investors took it to heart that end-market conditions don't appear to be getting any worse. The company is still seeing weakness ...