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The market continued its upward trend today on catalysts including strong underlying fundamentals, resurging business confidence and lowering of global and regional tensions and concerns," Saleem Khokhar, head of equities at National Bank of Abu Dhabi's Asset Management Group, told Khaleej Times.
On the north side, the bridge's entrance will connect to Washington Street and a resurging downtown North Little Rock.
And, after tasting the other extreme of cricket emotions, captain Vaughan attempted to soften the blow of losing so comprehensively to a resurging Pakistan outfit.
The cupcake's popularity fits into the resurging interest in nostalgia foods from mom's kitchen.
The long decline appears to have come to an end, with the pound seeing its fortunes wane against a resurging greenback.
A resurging economy that relies more heavily on import-export shipping than ever before has been good news overall for railroads, but not good news for some of their smaller customers.
Ancient healing modalities are resurging and malting their way into the forefront of medicine.
In a July 2, 2001 cover story entitled "Environmental Genocide," we devoted major space to this resurging human tragedy.
Old diseases such as malaria, cholera, tuberculosis, rabies, and dengue fever are resurging, while others, such as West Nile virus (WNV), have undergone redistribution.
Osterholm has been a perceptive and powerful leader in addressing emerging and resurging infectious-disease threats ranging from food safety to bioterrorism," said Peggy Hamburg, former U.
Clark added, however, that the company would like to return to the bedspread business, which has seen a resurging interest in the market, and will make a decision about that within the next three months.
He added: ''We have merged his original cool with resurging trends from various eras.