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modicum

A small amount.
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While the Black and Ambers ran out 15-8 winners at Parc Eirias in the league in October, RGC sealed a modicum of revenge in their second meeting of the season, knocking Sunday's opponents out of the National Cup in the first round with a 35-17 win, the match being played at the Arms Park in Cardiff, again due to County's Cup fixtures.
Sue Watson said: "I did, however, anticipate a modicum of common sense to be added to the briefing, that the person who activated the dogs was to be assessed for the likelihood of carrying a pyro and then a judgement to be made.
sterling regained a modicum poise yesterday but fears of a no-deal Brexit continue to spook currency traders.
Rutherford says it is key the Dragons finish off a disappointing season with a modicum of positivity to at the least reward the fans who have been "through thick and thin with us".
ANYONE with a modicum of common sense and a knowledge of Huddersfield town centre knows that the bus gates are not working but serve only to fill the coffers of this Labour-run council who are in debt.
Summary: Banter has overshadowed what has traditionally been a campaign framed with a modicum of respect for the office of president
todayand can I just say that I still don't understand why on God's green Earth you would put something as important as Brexit up for a public votethere is at least some solace because one great British institution is still making a modicum of sense.
Can we remind him that house prices 'up north' are a lot lower than the south, which anyone with a modicum of common sense realises.
Joe, you got it wrong saying Clegg sold his political soul for a modicum of power.
Earlier a modicum amount of tax was levied in connection with registry of residential or commercial property in the name of relatives.
Greg claims the series is based on his own life - albeit with a modicum of artistic licence.
As for the increase in flytipping is concerned, it should be painfully obvious to any one with a modicum of common sense that this problem is made worse by a small number of tin gods who find it more important to harass a law-abiding citizen and old age pensioner than to do their jobs and keep the city clean.