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Howard Archer, chief UK and European economist at IHS Global Insight, said the unrevised GDP growth did not alter the outlook for monetary policy.
In accordance with its commitment to the value of excellence and its position as an industry leader, ONS conducted an in-depth analysis of its bylaws, which have remained unrevised since 1979.
93 million compared with unrevised pretax income of JD0.
7 percent y/y in July, last week's unrevised August outturn of -0.
Analysts found some solace in the unrevised headline figure - still the biggest quarterly fall in GDP since 1980 - and that a big drop in stocks accounted for much of the decline.
6 per cent annual pace in the fourth quarter, in a report that left unrevised its prior estimate of output growth.
The House of Councillors on Monday began debating a bill setting procedures to amend Japan's pacifist Constitution, which has been unrevised since coming into force in 1947.
The consortium then won the contract to operate the core system of the railway, including rolling stock, electrification, and signaling systems, with the specifications based on European standards still remaining unrevised.
Yeats's indebtedness to Shakespeare is proved beyond doubt by yet another more direct allusion to the same sonnet in the unrevised version of his song.
The unrevised payroll data, p_orig, again have by far the lowest R-squared.
An important up-and-coming market for machine tools is Thailand (whose statistics come from a third-party source and are unrevised from 2003 except for exchange-rate updating).
These edited but unrevised transcriptions may count among the most capable of John Fowles's writings.