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It was only human nature to endeavour to please "The Hall"--especially when it might result in custom being transferred from Coot's to the local establishment.
Management estimates that lost sales due to the closures may result in a reduction in the growth rate of revenues of approximately 1% for the first fiscal quarter ending November 30, 2005.
Although no amount has been set, he said, the lawsuit could result in millions of dollars in back payments to employees.
An acid will turn the liquid red and a base will result in a green color.
When compared with fiscal 2007, these factors combined are expected to result in slightly positive growth in earnings per share for fiscal 2008.
We believe that our continued partnership will result in a more reliable, innovative and cost-effective solution for Telcos interested in getting into the digital broadcast TV market.