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Because most PIPEs are structured with common equity, people also jump to the conclusion that PIPEs are more liquid than other types of private equity instruments.
They might - there remain long lists of items unaccounted for - but it is not justified to jump to the conclusion that something exists just because it is unaccounted for.
People were quick to jump to the conclusion that there were demonic forces at work and we did have a nurse on set called Jude and her staff number was 666 which was a bit scary,'' says Sam.
If such a tumor should show up in the head or neck area (particularly in an extranodal site), both the pathologist and the clinician might jump to the conclusion that it is a primary tumor, depending on the clinical and histologic parameters.
If you wheeze and cough after exercising in cold air, don't jump to the conclusion that you have ELA.
We should not jump to the conclusion that the bill should be passed quickly, even without sufficient discussion,'' Hatoyama said.
But with the new board I sense talk is translating into more practical activities, though it's still too early to jump to the conclusion they've turned a new leaf.
If you have noticed lots of gopher mounds on your property in recent days, do not jump to the conclusion that you have done something egregiously wrong and have thus been singled out for punishment.
Some cynics, hastily reading the title, might jump to the conclusion that All Saints is a "non-book," a scissor-and-paste assemblage of a saint for every day, with pious reflections.