Regardless of how it occurred, this gap was not decisive in a state where Braley lost by nearly 100,000 voters.
An early autumn sun lit up cobblestone streets, tall acacia trees, and handsome and nearly all decayed 19th-century buildings.
We Indians are putting cars and trucks on our roads at an ever-dizzier pace: now nearly 3.5 million a year.
nearly everything that happens in television happened before—and now, thanks to technological evolution, will happen again.
The New Jersey governor arrived on stage nearly an hour late.
Some of these adventurous men have been nearly frozen to death.
In that country one sees a goat with nearly every flock of sheep.
But it was nearly two weeks before Jim talked with Pen again.
They were nearly all that was left of his week-end with the patron in Suffolk.
Savile did not say a single word until they nearly reached home.