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But race can be a decisive factor in approving or rejecting marginal cases.
Effective management of worker safety and health protection is a decisive factor in reducing the extent and severity of work-related injuries and illnesses and their related costs.
A reasoned "don't do it" from your legal or accounting adviser may be the decisive factor.
Newman said, "Business and personal travel are highly correlated with Gross Domestic Product, and a growing economy is a decisive factor in stimulating business travel to serve existing customers and expand markets.
Till now, the most decisive factor is the recognition of the importance of the project.
Chief Minister lauded the achievements of Pak Army in 1965s war dubbed the backing of nation in that war as decisive factor in the victory against enemy.
These sources confirmed that this decision is the result of the cooling of relations between the two countries, noting that the prolonging of the establishment of diplomatic relations was the decisive factor.
The Red Army of the USSR proved the decisive factor, with millions of soldiers dying.
But the pace of Cardiff winger Gabriel Davies (Ysgol Melin Gruffydd) proved the decisive factor.
1) the function of Cinquecento theater both as a reflection of aspects of contemporary culture and as a decisive factor in the making of social history since, as he shows, it was a forum for debating such cultural issues as the political nature of kingship and the questione della donna.
Yesterday, after his dramatic statement of unity with Mr Blair, he said: "Economics not dogma will be the decisive factor.
Vauxhall said the euro was not a decisive factor in deciding to build the new Astra in Britain.