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"But over the last two months there have been more than a few other indicators that consumer sentiment and other leading economic indicators are improving" modestly. If that is correct, these are the kinds of small changes we would expect to find in our polls, and we believe that these changes are probably real."
Multivariate analysis after taking into account several confounders demonstrated that insulin sensitivity, total cholesterol and systolic blood pressure were independently but only modestly correlated with Mediterranean diet in people with excess bodyweight.
Tokyo stocks open modestly higher on mixed Wall Street performance
shares, on the other hand, rose modestly on the news, up 16 cents or 0.68% to $23.85 at 3:39 p.m.
Though his work is invariably modestly scaled (houses, studios, offices), its sobriety, economy and curiously sensual engagement with nature memorably distils the particular with the universal.
A Catholic school has refused Muslims the right to dress modestly and wear a scarf.
During August and September, while much of the nation was focused on back-to-school shopping and the changing weather, the economy continued to grow modestly.
While this year's champ handled his success modestly, others lived it up.
Reports on consumer spending were mixed, but auto sales generally grew modestly. Manufacturing was down slightly.
The Kansas City Fed Labor Market Condi-tions Indicators (LMCI) suggest the level of activity increased modestly and momentum remained high in July.
Average credit lines for all accounts increased modestly across all risk tiers, but remained well below recession-era peaks.
Muscat : Tourists visiting the Dhofar Governorate this Khareef season have been asked to respect local traditions and dress modestly by the Ministry of Tourism.