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That said, given that the pace of economic growth remains below potential and inflation is expected to fall back into the target range in the second half of the year, the argument for a more accommodative policy stance remains intact.
The Governor of the Bank of England, Sir Mervyn King, has explained why inflation will fall back towards the Government's two per cent target later than expected.
The Bank has forecast inflation to fall back to about 2.
At the moment, I feel if my forehand isn t working, I can fall back on something else; if that s not working I can fall back on my movement and just trying to get to the balls and somehow get them back," she said.
Supported by a careful gathering of statistics, Being Single in the Church Today does not fall back on a preachy tone or closed-minded attitudes, but honestly and realistically approaches how the church can best adapt to help single people nurture their faith.
The expectation is that the annual rate of appreciation will fall back into single digits.
The integration of the specific defensive numbers will complete the defensive numbering system for any team that chooses to have a full-court defense that will ultimately fall back into any other half-court defense.
time spring forward and fall back with the rest of the nation, as do a few other counties near Louisville, Ky.
Profit-takers caused the London market to fall back, yet failed to lessen the shine of a better-than-expected year for the FTSE 100 Index.
This time Billy and Bonnie must fall back on t5heir dragon traits and the wisdom they acquired through their previous adventures in order to explore a multi-dimensional domain of evil.
Computers work fine, but in severe, hostile weather like the desert, there is nothing like a good-oi' set of hard-copy maintenance manuals to fall back on when doing your maintenance.
He likens the dust particles in the plume to baseballs lofted into the air in slow motion and taking as long as 2 days to fall back to the surface.