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in Scots procedure, to postpone or adjourn (legal proceedings).
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Capital will continue to flow into real estate, but in the wake of a revitalized attentiveness to real estate fundamentals and a reduction in expectations (supply-demand), restraint will be more prevalent.
Assessing the UW-Stout campus against the Baldrige model has provided insightful and constructive analysis, and the examiner feedback continues to guide long-term improvement efforts.
The secular rally in the commodities markets appears to continue unfettered: a 25-year high for gold.
While they are not completely out of the woods yet (they still need to improve their quality), we believe Chrysler will continue to calibrate their North American position and, worst case, not lose any additional share over the next 10 years.
Although work on the FPDS-NG transition continues, we are committed to taking a conservative approach that has minimal impact on the Depoartment's ability to report timely and accurate information as well as on the ability of the public and Congress to access that information.
The Maoist insurgency continues to undermine political stability and prospects for development.
The pace of enterprise resource planning (ERP)-like IT investments continues at about the same rate as reported in the previous survey.
The Marine Corps continues to keep all follow-on airborne electronic attack platform options open, including unmanned solutions, the EA-18G, or adding 'clip-in' electronic warfare functionality to current aircraft.
Rexroat, CDA, CDPMA, Winter Haven, FL, continues as trustee.
The Department of State continues to recommend that Americans defer all non-essential travel to Indonesia.
It features a seminar to give therapists training in the basics of golf for disabled veterans, then continues with a clinic for disabled veterans to learn how to play golf.
While insurance brokerage deal flow may have slowed in 2003 compared with 2002 (approximately 125 transactions compared with approximately 150 transactions), public brokers, banks and private independent agents continue to be actively seeking strategic acquisitions.

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