excessive demand

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We will show how the marking of immigrant ethnic groups as culturally inferior, or medically inadmissible on the basis that they impose an excessive demand on health care or social services, violates constitutional principles.
He said that there has been excessive demand for electricity in recent days due to the hot temperatures across large parts of the country, but load management had been carried out prudently to facilitate the people as much as possible.
He said there has been excessive demand for electricity in recent days due to the hot temperatures across large parts of the country, but load management had been carried out prudently to facilitate the people as much as possible.
It said: "This placed excessive demand on resources for the community.
The slowing down of the price drop led the general index to the same level as in the third quarter of 2006, "the year in which the excessive demand for housing loans began," the Central Bank of Cyprus said in a statement on its website today.
This had primarily been the drive for last year's seasonal round of restocking, however it seems that it was nowhere close to the excessive demand witnessed over the past couple of days", he noted.
MT6575 is in excessive demand now in the mainland for its unique 3-dimension display effect.
Excessive demand for new special education faculty is the result of multiple factors.
CIS solar cells include Copper, Indium, Selenium, or CIS, have been drawing attention as next-generation solar cells because they do not contain silicon, which is in short supply due to excessive demand.
A newspaper yesterday reported flu vaccine clinics had been cancelled and patients turned away from surgeries because of a lack of the vaccine to meet excessive demand.
According to the DPUC, blackout-threatening power emergencies can occur when events ranging from a failed generator, to heat waves, to storms, sometimes, as we've seen, even of hurricane proportion, place excessive demand and stress on the electricity grid.
Due to excessive demand from exhibitors coming from Spain, Bulgaria, Turkey and Cyprus, the European section of the exhibition has now been closed to new exhibitors from those countries, with a waiting list eager to sign up.