But Bush's bow to the coal industry--and the fact that power generators agreed to back much of the Clear
Skies bill after Bush abandoned his carbon dioxide campaign pledge--tainted every aspect of the bill as a shameless sop to industry.
Attorneys for Clear
Channel didn't immediately return a call for comment.
According to Goyette, the key to understanding his predicament is found "in the incompatibility of these two seemingly disconnected phrases: 'Criticizing Bush' and 'Clear
" Channel.'" He describes CCC as "the 800-pound Gorilla of the radio business" and points out that its corporate leaders "have been substantial contributors to George W.
A final test with live antitank mines at the technical center of the German forces confirmed that the system could clear
up to 7.5 kilograms of TNT without serious damage to the clearing device.
Soon after Clear
Tinnitus was developed Clear
Products started receiving unsolicited testimonials from consumers about the product's benefits, notes president Delmar Nelville II.
Some 60 percent of the graduating seniors and 55 percent of the juniors said that they believe there are clear
and uniform standards of right and wrong.
The "Super Solids" technology is designed to the reduce VOC levels and improve the durability oFthe clear
You see the cute little bottles in health food stores and places like the Body Shop--oils and extracts purported to have magical properties that will clean and clear
up your skin.
When you use clear
language, you clarify your writing by eliminating unnecessary words and jargon.
"The majority of consumers feel more at home with a clear
presentation that will coordinate with every color on the table," said Steve Alamin, vice president of merchandising for Anchor Hocking Glass Co.
In some ways, we got more than we asked for; Albert was clear
that changing each other's personalities was not going to happen in the course of "organizational development." Albert's observations sank into the Triangle like pieces of exquisite china.
In the last few years, researchers at INPE and the National Institute for Research on Amazonia, based in Manaus, Brazil, challenged Setzer's fire-counting technique and began gauging deforestation by mapping cleared
areas on images taken by Landsat satellites.