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According to him, the worsened attitudes will condition the international community to "strengthen" the inclusion in the political camps and this reaction of the international community will prevent the worsening of the political condition.
Executive chairman David Adams said: "The retail environment has worsened significantly over the last few weeks, but the strategy the board is implementing means that we still expect to deliver an EBITDA that is higher than last year.
A West Midlands Police spokesman said: "Over the weekend the man's condition worsened and he is now in a critical condition.
The biopsy had worsened the internal bleeding and she died at the University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff, four days after the operation on December 29, 2005.
Some 59% of patients experienced an improvement in the appearance of their cellulite, while 41% worsened.
Other indicators that worsened in May were Oregon initial unemployment claims and help-wanted ads in The Oregonian.
However, those who worsened were more likely to have been treated under court order and to have a diagnosis of psychosis.
She reported a 7-year history of episodic vertigo that had worsened over the preceding 3 years; she also complained that sound was distorted.
Seven percent worsened, seven percent remained stable and eighty-six percent improved during one year of treatment, even though all had been worsening on IFNB-1a before the first HDIV-MTX treatment.
Half of the cities in the United States report that traffic congestion worsened over the past year, according to a recent survey of 345 cities by the National League of Cities.
without raising exceptional taxation"; five pages later, by contrast, Kamen cit es with approval the contemporary criticisms of Cardinal Belluga, that "the war policies of the government had raised taxes and worsened the economic situation of the country" (236).