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Manufacturing of textiles was disproportionally affected by the slide against the US dollar.
S Consulate cable dated April 22, 2009, released by Wikileaks, the ST is militarily disproportionally powerful because of the influx of the MQM-Haqiqi gunmen into the outfit after the government crackdown.
These small retailers face disproportionally greater cost because of their size and turnover.
The group believes broadcasters, tech firms and other third parties have benefitted disproportionally from digital music.
Whites and Asians, whose children disproportionally already graduate college, could very well favor different types of education policy proposals than would blacks or Hispanics.
She adds that while Poland is committed to neoliberal economics, class stratification is on the rise, which is disproportionally affecting women.
Male fiddler crabs have one claw that is disproportionally larger with increased body size, the human brain gets disproportionally smaller with age, and large deer have disproportionally larger antlers (Huxley 1924, 1932, Gould 1974).
USPRwire, Mon Nov 23 2015] Acute myeloid leukemia (AML), also known as myelogenous leukemia, acute myelocytic leukemia, or acute nonlymphocytic leukemia, is a rare cancer that accounts for a disproportionally high number of cancer-related deaths.
The cholera outbreak in Iraq is disproportionally affecting displaced and marginalised population.
This disproportionally affects the surface area exchange rate of the polymer.
The United States is engaged in a very huge military buildup in Asia, including under the pretext of countering the North Korean threat but the scale of the buildup is way beyond the need and disproportionally huge," the foreign minister said, Itar-Tass reported.
But still, measured against the three till five thousand Jews in the colony in 1940, its reach was rather disproportionally low.