The division winner is based on the win/loss record for the entire 16 game schedule and not just the win/loss record within the division. The win/loss record within the division is used as a tie breaker in case two teams have the same win/loss record for the entire 16 game schedule at the end of the season
Avocados are native to southern Mexico. Related (now extinct) species are represented in the fossil record as far north as the southern US.Avocados can be grown in any tropical or Mediterranean climate, though Mexico is still the largest overall producer of avocados in the world.
If you are now over 18 years of age, your record is sealed to the general puyblic regardless of WHAT the situation was.
The division is won by the team with the best overall record.If two teams have the same overall record, then the first tie breaker is head-to-head record.If the two teams split their head-to-head matches the 2nd tiebreaker is the record against divisional opponents.If they are still tied they look at best record against common opponents.If they are still tied they look at strength of schedule of the teams they both beat (ie. records of those teams)There are more tiebreakers after that, but I don't think they have ever been used.
Not permanently done recording. They are done recording their album Nightmare, but they still may record another album.
Yes it is still on your record.
Hi I got a DUI in NC 1979 and it is still on my record there for 25 dollars they will remove it for 30 days then it went back on my record hope this helps i do not know if it is the same for your situation
I had the record and I still have it, don't you try to beat me
it is still there.. I was moved from ca to mo so my probation ended in Mo why is it is still on my record
I've never tried it in Florida, but I have found a couple bad areas for reception in North Carolina. Overall, I'm still pretty content with it, though.
A felony will stay on your record for life. Even if you expunge your record it will still be there.
Actually, the 1981 Kansas City Royals had the worst winning percentage for a team that still made the playoffs. In a strike-shortened season, they finished with a 50-53 overall record, which was good enough for 4th place in the AL West (overall). However, MLB decided to have a Divisional Series that season (due to the strike) and the winners of the first and second halves of the season, for each league (in their respective divisions), would play one another before determining a league champion. That year Kansas City won the second half, posting a 30-23 record but still finished 50-53 overall with a .485 winning percentage. It's worth noting that they were swept 3-0 in the 1981 ALDS by the Oakland Athletics.
North star, or Polaris, is the name of a bright star that is CURRENTLY near the celestial north pole. Since the position of the north pole will change in the future, Polaris will still be called Polaris, but it will no longer be the north star.