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in Scots procedure, to postpone or adjourn (legal proceedings).
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In this way, the system continues to spiral downward toward the ultimate collapse I've predicted for a decade, and which is in its latter stages today.
Cohen believes the AICPA must continue to build a stronger profession for the future by expanding its influence in the business community.
This outreach and growth will only continue if our efforts continue to bring us the recognition that we deserve as professionals.
Our diverse and parallel campaigns--strategic attack, interdiction, close air support, SEAD (suppression of enemy air defenses), scud hunting, and information operations--have and will continue to enable maneuver, maritime and Special Operations forces to operate under an umbrella of air dominance throughout the theater.
"It continues to be a cloud hanging over the industry, but notwithstanding that, lumber prices have risen to a desirable level, and we're making money in the lumber business."
Sibbel says in the future he will continue to stay involved in the ABEF board and "create awareness to other NAMA members for the value the Foundation provides." He continues "it is a valuable organization that requires each NAMA member's support to ensure we reach our ultimate goal and provide opportunities to deserving students."
public sector continue to spur casting demand from major construction OEMs.
The rapid increases in hard drive capacities continue to push the cost per megabyte of hard drive storage ever downward, making data less expensive to store, while necessitating improved tools to manage, retrieve, and analyze the data.
So long as a high degree of optimism in the stock market persisted, however, the elevated level of financial wealth and the low cost of capital should continue to boost spending.
Electronic information delivery to end-users is still evolving and such services will continue to develop rapidly in the future, especially as greater numbers of professionals start accessing electronic networks such as the Internet and the National Research and Education Network (NREN).
Given the continued price escalation for labor and materials, public owners will continue to increase their use of alternative project delivery methods (i.e., Construction Management at Risk, Design-Build, Job/Task Order Contracting) in an effort to reduce expenses or at least add some level of predictability to otherwise uncontrollable project costs.