Simple equation

(Alg.) an equation containing but one unknown quantity, and that quantity only in the first degree.
- J. W. Smith.

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The story weaves classics like Baggy Trousers, It Must Be Love, and Driving In My Car - as well as later numbers like NW5 and Simple Equation - around the London love story of teenager Joe Casey.
This simple equation is hard for some companies to understand.
Crystallising this evidence in the form of a simple equation gives the current situation a clarity that the wealth of data often dilutes.
A New Zealand victory by under 30 points would leave England with the simple equation of having to win two days later but that will play no part in McCormack's thinking.
It's a very simple equation, the stronger the building materials you use, the safer occupants will be.
We've got Connacht followed by Treviso and then the Dragons, I think it's a simple equation for us.
Its a pretty simple equation, says Keefe Harrison, executive director of The Recycling Partnership.
And, if a big club comes in, then I'll use that to take the club forward - it's a simple equation.
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It's a simple equation - as the number of people taking this perilous sea route goes up and the resources put into search and rescue go down, more people will die," said Dalhuisen.
It is a simple equation -regular exercise + eating a healthy diet = you'll lose inches and feel great.
A young cast of 30 play a host of comedy characters, and the show packs in 20 hits including It Must Be Love, House of Fun, My Girl, Baggy Trousers and Our House alongside two new songs - NW5 and Simple Equation - which Madness wrote especially for the musical.

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