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Charles B. Rangel - Political Positions
... In contrast, the American Conservative Union assessed to Rangel a lifetime rating of less than 4 percent through 2009 ... For 2005–2006, Rangel's averages were as follows economic rating 91 percent liberal and 6 percent conservative, social rating 94 percent liberal and 5 percent conservative, and foreign rating 84 percent liberal ... Project Vote Smart provides the ratings of many, many lesser known interest groups with respect to Rangel ...
Television Content Rating Systems
... Television content rating systems give viewers an idea of the suitability of a television program for children or adults ... Many countries have their own television rating system and each country's rating process may differ due to local priorities ... A rating is usually set for each individual episode of a television series ...
The Dreamers (film) - Production - Rating
... States, the film was released theatrically with an NC-17 rating whereas in Italy the same film was rated VM14 ... Even with its NC-17 rating, this film grossed $2.5 million in its United States theatrical release – a respectable result for a specialized film with a targeted audience ...
Plymouth Duster - Year-by-year Changes - 1972
... The power rating of the 340 V8 was reduced from 275 bhp (205 kW) to 245 hp (183 kW) due in part to a reduction in compression ratio from 10.21 to 8.51, as ... All horsepower rating numbers, even on unchanged engines, decreased for 1972 due to a new rating protocol ...
28th Chess Olympiad - Women's Results
... in 13 games and won her board as well as the overall performance rating ... # Country Players Average rating Points 1 Hungary Zsuzsa Polgár, J. 2455 32½ 3 Yugoslavia Marić, Marković, Maksimović, Bašagić 28 ... # Country Average rating Points Buchholz 4 China 5 ... Bulgaria 24. 344.5 6 Romania 24. 344.0 7 Greece 24. 343.0 8 ...

More definitions of "rating":

  • (noun): Standing or position on a scale.
  • (noun): Act of ascertaining or fixing the value or worth of.
    Synonyms: evaluation