conjuncture


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Moreover, any other factor that could replace the advantages of the conjuncture does not seem to be around.
A A A OCP said this figure is 13% higher than that recorded in Jan-Aug 2006, a normal year compared to 2007-2008 when the sector witnessed an exceptional conjuncture with the surge of the prices of phosphates and its derivatives.
Yet, as it has been pointed out, architecture is intended to spark conjuncture.
That, in turn, may account for some of the more apocalyptic and hyperbolic views of the current conjuncture.
The current global economic collapse highlights, and will surely exacerbate, the plight of the so-called 'bottom billion,' a figure which, due to the present aggravating conjuncture, is on a constant rise.
We think Bahrain is at a pretty good conjuncture and the aim is to ensure prosperity continues," he said.
As Mr Collins indicates, this level of habitual comfort for the majority of Britons is likely to be threatened by the present economic conjuncture, a combination of rising retail prices and falling house prices.
an appreciation of the conjuncture of political, economic and cultural events has a significant bearing on the history of collecting, to which Andrew Mellon and his definitive biographer have made such an important contribution'.
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Imagination and conjuncture both refuse it because they observe that times are limited from both ends, except what is similar to imagining the Creator as having infinity in His beginning.
But post-secondary institutions are at a critical conjuncture, he warns.