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It's theoretically possible but there's no filing of candidacy so we don't know yet.)
Asked if exclusion was the 'nuclear option', Harvey, speaking at the Soccerex conference in Manchester, said: "Theoretically that is the position, but I would hope there would be resolution long before that option even had to be considered."
"At the end of 2012, the contract will expire, so theoretically CVC doesn't own anything.
Steinar Holden, Professor in Economics at the the University of Oslo, did not completely agree with this calculation because other companies would theoretically lose money on the swine flu.
"Theoretically? You ain't seen nothing yet" - The newLiberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg when asked what he would do if he theoretically became Prime Minister.
Freund (a senior economist at the World Bank) has collected 28 previously published papers from such publications as the American Economic Review, Journal of International Economics, and Journal of Development Economics that theoretically and empirically evaluate the recent proliferation of regional trade agreements.
Exceptions to this were previously published seminal articles and texts that are theoretically and empirically important.
But scientists say that cloaking devices like the ones depicted in science fiction, while theoretically possible, are still a distant dream.
Though these technologies can be integrated into vehicles powered by an internal combustion engine or a hybrid powertrain, Dave Royce, director, Corporate Strategy, Siemens VDO says, "Under optimum conditions today's gas and diesel engines use less than 50% of the theoretically available energy for vehicle propulsion.
Paulson theoretically believes tax increases at the highest bracket may be necessary as a bargaining chip to achieve a bipartisan grand compromise on deficit reduction on Capitol Hill.
Lithium-bedecked buckyballs could theoretically store up to 13 percent of their mass in hydrogen, says physicist Puru Jena of Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond.
"resolutions" are theoretically non-binding but, says Jane Adolphe, a Law professor at Ave Maria Law School in Ann Arbor, Michigan, "if ...