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We anticipate favorable reception from retailers and are looking forward to a good show and hopefully kicking off the final three quarters of the year.
The company has enjoyed a favorable reception and, just a year after its founding, received The Independence Foundation Fellowship Award.
And Wall Street's favorable reception to the stock--it opened at $14 on Tuesday and closed at $15.
Moreover, with the module enjoying a favorable reception by North American OEMs, Mann+Hummel reports, it has been awarded three follow-on projects from the Volkswagen Group.
A very favorable reception was received by potential buyers in Russia, where we hope to grow a cash business in the near term," concluded Baert.
Termini's success in getting AHCA to accept his ideas for enlisting family members as advocates could provide a much-needed boost to the long-term care field in its efforts to gain a more favorable reception from the public and policymakers.
Among world preems, Peter Bogdanovich's period Hollywood tale "The Cat's Meow" received a largely favorable reception, Hollywood cricket epic "Lagaan" proved a major hit and German feel-good comedy "Mostly Martha" went down smoothly.
Ahearn said that the art world's favorable reception of one of his figures blinded him to the negative connotations it would have for local residents in this predominantly black and Latino community, who saw it as a portrayal of a drug dealer.
If the Filshie clip system receives a favorable reception in the United States, as it has in Europe, Africa, Malaysia, Australia, and Canada, it will become established as a major advance in surgical fertility control," wrote Dr.
The Ministry of Education's evaluation and the very favorable reception at the forum are even more important for Tengtu than our recent approval from the Beijing Science and Technology Commission," said Tengtu International Chairman and CEO Pak K.
The first part, based on his diaries from 1954 (Egy csinos zseni, 1996), became a best seller; its continuation, Santa szabadsag (Lame Freedom), now deals with the years 1955-57 and will, no doubt, find a similarly favorable reception among Hungarian readers.
We will soon introduce a complete line of Euro-Tech accessories, such as mirrors," notes Morozowski, who adds he was pleased with the favorable reception consumers already have given the Euro-Tech line.