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Marketing and communication professionals rely on our experienced team and technology to create video that drives awareness, leads, and all with a demonstrable ROI.
The second "money question" you must ask when processing, arranging or applying for a mortgage is whether the client has enough demonstrable positive cash flow to make timely mortgage payments.
cautioned that although physical damage may occur at the microscopic level, the policyholder still must demonstrate distinct and demonstrable physical damage.
To break the bottleneck, Majority Leader Bob Dole and others urged an amendment that now provides an exception for demonstrable child abuse or neglect--a feature painfully absent from some state bills, which read simply: "The right of parents to direct the upbringing and education of their children shall not be infringed.
Recruitment incentives may be offered to a permissible recruit only if there is a demonstrable community need for the physician.
Serve as a catalyst to bring about demonstrable improvements in accounting education such as curriculum restructuring, alternative education processes, developing new education materials and using and educating future accounting faculty differently.
MHS has made demonstrable progress in this area, regarding flexibility in rebate retention/pass-through.
What is demonstrable are the repeated patterns, the eye's preference for such subtle variation over both visual disorder and plane geometric regularity, and a far greater continuing interest in Pollock than in any of his spontaneous paint-throwing imitators.
The unions hate NAFTA even though it has done no demonstrable harm to their interests and the Teamsters certainly don't want any competition on the road.
The controversial measure had prohibited residues of cancer-causing pesticides in processed foods if the residues were more concentrated in the final product than in the raw ingredients-even if the amounts in question posed no demonstrable health risk.
The power of these volcanic eruptions of authentic fictions dearly sparked Baselitz's own imagination, not only in visually demonstrable ways (a series of paintings from 1992-93, with their at first illegible filaments of paint that are suddenly transformed into free-floating nudes, look like sophisticated branches off Hill's desperate tree) but also in terms of his virtuoso introductory text.
Presented annually since 1994, the Kaufman Award honors an individual who has had a demonstrable impact on the field of EDA.