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But ultimately, it will require a re-toughening of the calluses our ancestors developed building our nation.
Ultimately, our solution is professional existentialism.
Although this argument was ultimately ignored by the court, it highlights the importance of being consistent in both the tax and nontax treatments of closely held entities.
But the day I value an asset that ultimately sells for 10% less than I valued it, is the day I go elsewhere.
which will ultimately have to ensure that cleaner burning diesel technology becomes available by the 2011 and 2012 deadlines of EPA Tier 4, the biodiesel option could be ideal.
For example, in Drag's second movement--which includes "Song to the Lover," "Powder," and the "Seeing the Dead" cycle--Harris's poetry smolders, ultimately exploding, as it charts a terrain danced, dreamed, haunted, and gambled away.
Civic virtue ultimately serves individual freedom, rather than the other way around.
Ultimately, the combination of less-than-credible threats and benefits of the Stability and Growth Pact did not provide sufficient incentive for Eurozone member governments to adhere to the Pact under the current strained, but hardly unlikely, circumstances, and the other priorities they had for fiscal policy.
Though convincing, it is not conclusive--and ultimately, each reader will have to decide what to keep and what to leave behind.
Commercial adoption and support of the Geronimo project helps bring more developers into the project and the ASF, ultimately creating higher quality software that can be freely downloaded and utilized by everyone.
Ultimately, public space segregation resulted from "a compromise that allowed Hartford's diverse population to come to terms with the pluralism that Bushnell had feared" (266).
A consensus seems to be forming that a fusion of radar and video sensors will ultimately make up the electronic cocoon.