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Instead of sharpening their critical faculties, Arab intellectuals resort to teaching their disciples how to be critical of their (the intellectuals') personal enemies and how to celebrate their teachers' genius.
Best believes generating capital and improving operating margins on both a statutory and GAAP basis, particularly in the area of expense management, along with management of interest margins will be critical factors in the future success of UCL.
AM Communications believes that quality and reliability will be critical metrics as cable TV operators battle competitive access providers in the new unregulated communications environment.