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Cordes, "Substitutability, Complementarily, and the Impact of Government Spending on Economic Activity," Journal of Economic and Business, Spring/Summer 1980, 235-242.
By this principle of recursive complementarily, nothing is exclusively of
Complementarily, she deleted the Sutcliffe reading in order to add three excerpts from J.
In conclusion, the decision to progressively or proportionally tax is a matter primarily of ethics and, complementarily, of efficiency.
The final chapters discuss how aural and visual appropriations of Scripture integrate complementarily in liturgy, rising from this sanctified setting to permeate all aspects of Orthodox Christian life.
Tarek Mounib, Executive Director - Private Equity at Gulf Capital, added, "Market consolidation is occurring across the industry, driven by the potential to realize significant scale economies and enhance complementarily of destination and distribution markets.
This novel, certainly her best-known work in English along with River of Fire (her version of the Gautama Buddha story), represents the period of her employment of realism, almost naturalistic in its evasion of authorial commentary and, complementarily, as an rendering of memory as narrative posture.
The two former Presidents engaged in a frank and open manner and they both noted the complementarily of the mandates of the two processes," the AU said in a statement.
Complementarily, Firmin showcases the shared cultural traditions and religious and spiritual practices between the Ethiopians and the Egyptians.
Utilizing these renewable energies complementarily, an effective heat source and sink will be composed in the ReGL system.
Though it may leave readers desiring greater discussion and analysis of the ways in which music production and consumption complementarily mediate the circulation of music and identity, it nonetheless illuminates the significant and under-examined role of radio and media producers in this process.
Politically, the latter has tended to supersede the former, but in practice the two approaches tend to be used complementarily, with more didactic teaching providing the platform (and setting boundaries) for personalised exploration.