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People notice we've got our lights off, our equipment off, so they pay attention.
As I take the wheel for my first-ever off-road course, Fran and James--my intrepid Advocate teammates--buckle up in back while instructor Lee Magee starts me off with a lesson on the Range Rover's automatic, sport, and Command-Shift modes.
But this regimen did not gain wide acceptance, and the field retreated from it after the Paris meeting in the summer of 2003, where we saw that Thai and European researchers tried seven days on and seven days off but found a fair amount of virologic failure.
These rubber processors need to realize that batch off machine systems have indeed improved over this decade.
Therefore, it is not surprising that SEC Chairman Arthur Levitt criticized gimmicks such as big baths and the classification of merger costs as in process research and development, which can be written off immediately.
corporations have spun off foreign subsidiaries (Fortune Brands' spin-off of Gallaher is a notable exception), realigning multinational corporate structures has many benefits.
Many newer computers, cable TV boxes, video cassette recorders (VCRs), ceiling fans, cordless drills, and video games likewise stay on while ostensibly switched off.
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