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Young participants, angered that the number of youth nominees fell short of the mandated 25 per cent, demanded that the assembly remove the label "the youth assembly" from its rhetoric.
However, the agency fell short of adopting a resolution made by a panel of ecologists against the part of the proposed route that comes within one kilometer of Baikal, the world's largest freshwater lake.
Shotley Bridge made 105-3 against Swalwell and just held on as Swalwell fell short on 100-6.
Returns on investment by employee pension funds in fiscal 2002 fell short of invested amounts by an average 12.
But investors surveyed said the companies fell short of providing adequate information on three out of every five important value drivers.
In the fiscal year ended March 31, fixed property tax revenues fell short by 155 billion yen, local income taxes on individual residents by 145.
Teigen said that results fell short of the company's expectations for the period.
At TruGreen ChemLawn, weather-related factors caused a significant increase in service calls, while sales of supplemental and full program services fell short of expectations.
In the 2007 GCSE results, 36 in Merseyside and North Cheshire - Liverpool (11), Wirral (6), Knowsley (5), Sefton (5), Halton (3), St Helens (2), Cheshire (2) and Warrington (2) - fell short of that threshold.
Glendale High's second-half comeback fell short for the second straight week, and visiting Pasadena pulled out a 28-18 victory Thursday night in a Pacific League opener.
Tyne and Wear Fire Brigade took up the challenge of scoring just over eight runs an over to win and only just fell short.
Monthly leasing fell short of the previous November's activity in Midtown and Midtown South, but Downtown received a boost when a major law firm signed one of that market's largest leases since Sept.