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Conversely, with less competition and more proprietary content, such as patents, the multiplier would be on the high end.
Conversely, inner city hospitals claim that low scores result from poor, uneducated patients who do not appreciate the service that is rendered.
Conversely, relatively little has been done with regards to assessing children's attitudes, and available studies in this area have generally focused on preschoolers perceptions of disabilities (Diamond & Hesteness, 1996; Diamond, Le Furgy, & Blass, 1993; Smith & Williams, 2001; Stalker & Connors, 2004).
Conversely, 54 percent of Democrats believe that religion is increasing its influence on American life and by a two to one margin say that is a bad thing.
Conversely, it is much riskier to drop shot when you are with the wind and when blustery winds make the shots unpredictable.
Conversely, normal-metal electrodes shunt away some of that disruptive energy, allowing superconductivity to reestablish in the wires.
The book is divided into 3 broad sections: mechanisms of autoimmunity; specific infectious agents and their associated autoimmune diseases; and, conversely, specific autoimmune diseases and their associated infectious agents.
Conversely, Mazda has OEM-supplied Nissan with about 23,000 units of the Bongo Van/Truck since 1994.
While Padilla is an honorable enough fellow and worthy of some praise, the over-the-top display of congratulatory sentiment revealed the high esteem in which council members hold themselves and, conversely, the lack of regard they have for the public, which has gotten so little back from the nation's highest-paid municipal officials over the years.
Conversely, teaching officers that counseling is appropriate remains a problem because critical incidents affect individuals in different ways.
Conversely, the average cyclical bull market gain prior to the Heisei Depression from the 1950s in Japan was more like a five-fold surge.