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Steve Harris, Circassia s Chief Executive, said: Achieving this positive outcome is a major milestone for Circassia, marking the favourable conclusion of the Company s first ever Marketing Authorisation Application for a product using its particle-engineering technology.
Tthe BBC said: "He is grateful for all the good wishes he has received thus far and is optimistic for a positive outcome.
The ministerial council highlighted the positive outcome of the participation of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah ibn Abdul-Aziz at the summit of g-20, held in last June in Toronto and said the comprehensive speech delivered by King Abdullah stands as a witness for his farsightedness and wisdom.
Only 43% said they expected that current campaigns would make the government think again, while the remainder said they were not expecting a positive outcome.
He learned how to visualize a positive outcome and erase his hesitancy.
Therefore, investing in low-income paying, high-growth equities could result in a positive outcome for both the income beneficiary and the remainder beneficiary.
Waag notes that a positive outcome of ATDO's troubles has been the response of the dance community as the direness of the situation became apparent.
A positive outcome from this seismic activity could substantially increase the general activity in the area and provide benefit to all operators.
Air France welcomes the positive outcome of the consultation with all its pilots on the draft development agreement for Transavia France.
A positive outcome within the Haralson Team was the development of a collaborative teaching effort among the three primary school educators.
It is particularly gratifying to be able to assist a valued client, such as Keystone Property Trust, in all facets of a transaction to ensure a positive outcome on their behalf," said CBRE Tri-State Investment Team leader, Jeff Dunne.
Television commercials aimed at children often begin with a conflict, which is followed by a resolution and a positive outcome.