heavy demand

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Two hours later, that is, about four o'clock, I woke up, for so soon as the first heavy demand of bodily fatigue had been satisfied, the torturing thirst from which I was suffering asserted itself.
In December, the apex bank said that it would allow some banks to maintain lower reserves to cope with the heavy demand for cash during the festivities.
Chunghwa Telecom Co is considering a strong heavy demand for the first batch of iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus put up for pre-sale ordered out within 40 minutes.
The early trade witnessed a heavy demand for the dollar from importers amid concerns over Euro-zone worries.
9 December 2011 - Vnesheconombank (VEB) enjoyed heavy demand from banks at its deposit auction, Russia's state development bank said on Thursday.
com's online trading platform have seen heavy demand for their stock over the period of the Perseids meteor shower from late July to mid-August.
Amid reports of media tablets like Apple's iPad grabbing market share from notebook makers, there will be heavy demand for notebooks in the Asia/Pacific (excluding Japan), according to a report from IDC.
But despite the increased pressures on doctors and nurses, hospital chiefs said they were coping with the heavy demand and were not yet at crisis level.
KARACHI, November 16, 2009 (Balochistan Times): Gold surged by Rs 428 to touch a record high at 30,728 per 10 grams in local bullion market Monday, as its international price also hit peak at $ 1,130 an ounce on heavy demand, market sources said.
was upbeat Friday despite a 40 percent decline in fourth-quarter profit, citing heavy demand for its oil-field equipment and personnel and predicting more of the same for 2007.
25 million attained for this site is a result of heavy demand from the hospitality industry to replenish the hotel stock in Manhattan, especially in the Penn Plaza submarket," added Mr.
The network is facing several constraints, including heavy demand on limited resources, regulatory issues (e.