yield results

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Cyprus was on the brink of bankruptcy early in April this year, Finance Minister Harris Georgiades told parliament on Thursday, but the danger has now passed and a challenging austerity plan imposed by international lenders was starting to yield results.
Reviving the economy, reviving investor sentiments, might appear slow, if we don't take our eyes off the ball, it will yield results.
But our decision to have a renewable obligation on the companies has been one that is yielding results and will continue to yield results in the future.
While standard compression-set tests of Septon V9000 yield results equivalent to standard olefinic TPVs, long-term (1000-hr) compression set is said to be much better for the new SBCs.
It is time for us to take our poor performance seriously, Lots of things have been done to change schools over the past two decades, but they have not led to much overall improvement, which reinforces the idea that maintaining the current structure and simply doing more of it is unlikely to yield results.
Several such tests, which yield results within one day rather than one week, are used in other countries, but only one is available in the United States.
We are one of the very few companies who have the ability to mass-produce 8-inch PLCs and our yield results indicate that we have a very robust and repeatable process.
They are recruiting 60 volunteers for a study expected to yield results in a year.
The new blood test can yield results in two months.
operational results and sales) are subject to assumptions and beliefs based on current information known to the company and factors that are subject to uncertainties, risk and other influences, which are outside the company's control, and may yield results differing materially from those anticipated.
In any event, should the experiment yield results different from those predicted by general relativity, the scientific community would almost certainly not accept them unless a repeat mission confirmed them.
Kahn says the new study suggests that repeated screenings would yield results similar to those from a one-time exam.