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For VTB, Vozrozhdenie and NOMOS, valuations also increase sizeably under this scenario, but still do not offer upside potential from current prices.
Considering this fact, we have planned to increase allocation for education sizeably at the school level by introducing Minimum Funding Standard for Schools (MFSS), the Provincial Finance Minister added.
A columnist for the Interim newspaper for over 25 years, he also contributed sizeably to the early pages of Catholic Insight magazine and wrote three best-selling books, one of them his autobiography.
Sharma also informed that considering the huge opportunities in areas of mutual interests, the volume of bilateral trade between the two countries is still low and it could be enhanced sizeably.
An unexpected day off can provide a huge boost to staff morale; conversely, the withdrawal of a day's pay without recourse can be sizeably detrimental.
For example, it does not factor in the rise in prices of services, which contribute sizeably to your monthly household bills.
Australia never entered an official recession, has been able to cushion the fall-out of the global recession through its commodity sector, and is actually seeing home prices rise sizeably.
Villa are, however, likely to have to sizeably up that bid for a player who still has two years left on his contract.
Morocco is still affordable but sizeably pricier than before.
Should Jackett's men succumb to Southend anxious to finally secure automatic promotion, victories for Bristol City and Oldham would bring those teams level with the Swans, though their goal difference is sizeably inferior.
The non food offer has been sizeably increased and divided into shops-within-a-shop to encourage customers to walk around, rather than up and down, the aisles.