the Oakland Athletics' deficit in the AL West at the time of this posting.
One-and-a-half is a self-referential Google query. One-and-a-half is waiting for Googlebot to become recursive.
One-and-a-half is a confusing artifact that is difficult to recognise.
One-and-a-half is in the archive just now. One-and-a-half is from The Chronicles of Narnia. One-and-a-half is the oldest document in the National Archives of Scotland and is one of our treasures.
One-and-a-half is wounded. One-and-a-half is always sick and going to the doctor.
One-and-a-half is putting a good face on it, since (if I remember right) the "one" had obviously undergone major modifications and less-than-successful repairs before it was lost for 500 years.
One-and-a-half is now considered too high for all breeds, and one-and-a-quarter is the current requirement for most breeds.
One-and-a-half is the standard spoken-English way of expressing this number, and it is written as "1 1/2".
1 1/2 is half of three. 1 1/2 is calculated by dividing 3 by 2. 1 1/2 is almost a two. 1 1/2 is the raw, irrational version of "two".
1 1/2 is not equal or better. 1 1/2 is sometimes meant as a precise measurement or count and sometimes as a vague approximation or rhetorical exaggeration.
1 1/2 is available as a byproduct of energy metabolism.
1 1/2 is a torrent of activity - really a happy kid with a drooly face and big round brown eyes full of mischief. 1 1/2 is not allowed on the new carpet.
1 1/2 is the same as one point five.
One point five is one of those cinematic offerings that is filled with people who are neither angels or devils, and consequently feel all the more genuinely human for being so. One point five is actually the same movie as X-Men with more features on dvd.
One point five is spread over two discs. One point five is Wim Wenders, number two is Fassbinder.
One point five is a ménage-a-trois, and half a sock is "Don't open the door! Don't look at me! Don't look at me!"
One point five is a big deal, right?
One point five is an insignificant event save for the inclusion of a spell checker by default maybe, but it is also a fine-tuned release of a great email client.
One point five is written 1.50, one and one-quarter is written 1.25.
1.50 is a dialectical approach. 1.50 is utilised for teaching, lecturing and tutorials. 1.50 is the same arbitrary scaling factor currently applied to the base risk weights, to give the granularity scaling factor ("GSF") actually used for the calculation (Basel, 2001, paragraph 457).
1.50 is more in the ball park. 1.50 is not such a bad place to be.
1.50 is a haven for nature lovers, for families who want to get away from it all and for the lovers of history who enjoy exploring the fascinating wartime defences.
1.50 is based at Grimsby. 1.50 is technically in Holm, and the Italian Chapel, the relic of the builders of those marvels, though within the parish, is more associated with its own small island, Lamb Holm (pronounced holm).
1.50 is again evidenced per the purchase price of a second bride.
1.50 is not called and half, it is called half of three.
Half of three is what I call it.
Half of three is probably right. Half of three is VERY new. Half of three is not bad. Half of three is fine. Half of three is acceptable also.
Half of three is fine and dandy for the drivers, but it can be hell for members of the media who are trying to cover the action, or lack thereof.
Half of three is a good-sized dose for me. Half of three is a little bit too much. Half of three is certainly too much -- but does not seem way out of line.
Half of three is still ahead of us. Half of three is the end.