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While corporate management despairs of any substantiative change for the better in government policy, one has to wonder where their shareholders and boards of directors were when the major banks destroyed trillions of yen of market capitalization and the major debt-ridden retailers and construction firms drove the price of their stock from the thousands of yen to essentially "penny stock" levels.
The question in every case is whether the words used are used in such circumstances and are of such a nature as to create a clear and present danger that they will bring about the substantiative evils that congress has a right to prevent.
Nevertheless, Dundes's dependence upon an East African Hare-Trickster provides a substantiative case for debate.
There is no substantiative evidence that taking extra vitamins will improve performance.
There have been "a few casual exploratory talks" but "no substantiative face to face discussions," he said.
In our opinion, the Dissident nominees lack the necessary industry experience that might prove valuable to the board and its plan for the company lacks substantiative details when compared to management's current plan.