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In opposition to support for independence, 26.1 percent of the population, or about one fourth of people polled believe that future political integration with China is a preferable outcome.
The proportion of adult Filipinos saying "democracy is always preferable to any other kind of government" hardly moved from 61 percent in June 2017 to 60 percent in March 2018.
After detailed discussion it was decided that Chinese Company will immediately construct their demonstration units in a suitable place preferable near Motorways.
The app also offers preferable combinations of food and beverages to customers.
"I think that the oil price of $60-65 is the level preferable for Opec and non-Opec countries now," he was quoted as saying by Russian news agency Tass.
democratic Azerbaijan is by all means preferable for us as a neighbor and negotiating partner in particular.
"Burqa of secularism is preferable to the Khakhi shorts of the Italian Fascist of the 1920's.
III HOW DID THE REQUIREMENT TO MAKE THE CORRECT AND/OR PREFERABLE DECISION DEVELOP AND WHAT DOES IT MEAN /REQUIRE?
A low draw is preferable over 5f to 7f and also over 1m2f (inner track) and 1m3f-1m4f (outer) where the first bend comes up within the first 2f.
Horne said: "An English manager would be very preferable. A British manager is credible but what is key is someone with very strong English communication skills."
Clearly an English manager would be very preferable.