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Today, there are hurdles all around and the country is once again heading towards instability that is apparent from its economic indicators and stock market.
At the time of surgery, examination under anesthesia revealed gross instability, primarily anteriorly with instability of 2+ to 3+ noted, as well as 2+ sulcus, and 2+ posterior instability.
In his last State of the Union address, US President Obama had warned: Instability will continue for decades in many parts of the world in the Middle East, in Afghanistan and Pakistan, in parts of central America, Africa and Asia.
Following this revision, she continued to experience instability with minimal activity and was referred to our clinic for evaluation for PLC instability and possible ligament reconstruction.
The results of the study show that macroeconomic instability has deep rooted and detrimental impact on gross domestic product of Pakistan.
The CFR's eighth annual Preventive Priorities Survey, which "seeks to evaluate conflicts based on their likelihood of occurring or escalating and their impact on US national interests," reveals an "increased priority level of the continued political fracturing of Libya, intensified political violence in Turkey, and increased political instability in Egypt.
Intuitively, having safety stock reduces schedule instability because it establishes a cushion against unexpected demand variations (Sridharanm 2007, Lin, Krajewski, Leong, & Benton, 1994).
Organised by the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS) at the Four Seasons Hotel Bahrain Bay, the two-day event brings together global decision-makers who will discuss economic development against the backdrop of regional instability under the theme Middle East: Regional Security and Business Opportunity.
In the work reported by this paper, we provided the instability probability function of roof blocks in exponential form through strict mathematical derivations starting from the assumption of instability probability of fractured roof blocks (Lin et al.
Political instability in Egypt did not impede the possibility of greenfield foreign direct investment (FDI) in the country's oil and gas sector, an Economic Research Forum (ERF) supported research paper has shown.
Knee instability, common in knee osteoarthritis (OA), has been linked with muscle weakness, but no studies have examined if weakness predicts onset or worsening of knee instability, and it is unknown whether decreased vibratory sense, often seen in older adults with knee OA, may distort one's sense of knee position and increase the risk of instability, she said.
I would like to tell you that a few political parties are conspiring to create instability.