returns, to consistent
service lives and empirically based depreciation
producers hold themselves accountable to achieve the goals they have set.
Crossed has since put her energies into fighting for a consistent
ethic of life as a founding member and past executive director of Consistent
Life, a board member of Feminists for Life of New York, and a founding member and vice president for state chapter development of Democrats for Life.
We have to be more consistent
when we're playing against a 2-3 zone," Collison said.
Findings on endoscopic biopsy were consistent
with squamous cell carcinoma (SCC).
These modifications included the addition of the term "material item," as defined above, as well as the language regarding a pattern of consistent
treatment described above.
At their initial study visit, the women underwent STD testing, received an intervention that promoted consistent
and correct use of condoms and spermicides, completed a behavioral interview, and learned how to use a diary to record their sexual activity and use of barrier methods.
wish to point out that a week before the article they wrote to staff saying that they would assist them to join unions if they wished, that there have been two independent inspections of staff accommodation with no evidence of overcrowding found and that the High Court and the Employment Tribunal have found their charges to staff and wage levels both reasonable and lawful.
These IP SAN attributes are continuous real-time data access even during component or system failure, low scalability costs to maintain a consistent
CAPEX over time and the ability to deliver high peak load performance to a large number of utility storage customers.
Based on all the facts of record, the Board concludes that consummation of the proposed transaction would not likely result in a significantly adverse effect on competition or on the concentration of banking resources in the Batesville banking market or in any other relevant banking market and that competitive factors are consistent
Bush, but it's hardly consistent
with that solemn oath of office.
Probably most of those in this position felt that the most truthful answer available to the question of whether they had ever taken a pledge was No, since otherwise they would be counted as abstinent when they were not--suggesting that the real number of consistent
pledgers may be less than 7%, since some who were no longer abstinent would have decided that the best of the poor choice of answers was Yes.