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Nothing is slowing down, if anything I feel it's escalating with the work of the Met.
Of course it is, just as it's possible that maintaining or escalating troops there could fuel the unrest.
With escalating energy costs and few ways to pass them along in price increases, margins that were slim will shrink to anorexic.
The number of employers who are committing premium fraud is also believed to be escalating as a reaction to the record high levels of premium rates,'' Higgins said.
The law, which reflects the pragmatic factors, and the natural hesitation officers experience when using force suggest it is not prudent to use an escalating force continuum when training officers to use force in defense of life.
Bush said Thursday he will send Middle East envoy Anthony Zinni back to the region next week to try to halt escalating violence between Israelis and Palestinians.
Since demand for storage management services grew as a result of the escalating cost of increasingly complex storage architectures, most SSPs run on a Fibre Channel Storage Area Network (SAN) that can either be located in a co-location data center, an SSP data center or within the client company's data center itself.
Escalate Retail's software solutions enable retailers to increase same-store sales, boost e-commerce revenue, and drive customer loyalty by managing all selling channels, the merchandising life cycle, planning, business intelligence, and supply chain synchronization to meet escalating customer demands.
But the district's top lawyer had been the subject of criticism over his management style, and for escalating fees the district is paying outside law firms.
Over the past six months there has been a great deal of news coverage on the state of the insurance industry and across the board escalating premiums.