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The subprime crisis was a painful reminder that real estate is not an asset that performs well with uncurbed leverage and liabilities that can only be met through a constant appreciation in value.
Road accidents in Lebanon, uncurbed, had become a dreadful menace, nay a horrid fact nationwide.
Later, in arguing for the importance of public reasoning in the establishment of human rights, Sen again suggests the strength of this model of action: "The fact that authoritarian orders are typically quite afraid of uncensored news media and of uncurbed public discussion, which make them resort often enough to suppression (including censorship, intimidation, incarceration, and even execution), provides some indirect evidence that the influence of public reasoning can indeed be quite large." (30) While he is arguing here for the methodological necessity of open public discussion (to be considered as his sixth element), the point is just as cogent for the practice of the form of agitation he has suggested as a form of action to promote human rights.
It is more realistic to assume a vicious circle in which the league, as a monopoly in its sport market, bargains for the highest possible TV rights in view of gathering ex post sufficient resources to cover uncurbed payroll inflation (and superstar recruitment).
A lack of what Standish calls at the outset of the address "wood," by which he means woodland, as well as an increase in cost that would surely attend upon uncurbed "destruction and waste," put at risk the monarchy and the well-being of its subjects.
In April this year, Saudi Aramco CEO Khalid Al Falih warned that if Saudi demand growth continued uncurbed, consumption would grow from 3.4 million barrel per daily of oil equivalent (boed) at present to 8.3 million boed by 2028.
(177) Although mandatory minimums and indeterminate sentences have been blamed as the source of evil in New York's drug and sentencing laws, the uncurbed power of the parole board may also be responsible.
Her active character clearly places the servant figure in a place of authority from which Emily as the victim of her uncurbed sensibility and her untrained detective curiosity can learn.
[A]n uncurbed spirit of revenge and retribution, masked in formal legal procedure for purposes of dealing with a fallen enemy commander, can do more lasting harm than all of the atrocities giving rise to that spirit.
Without someone to enforce the GSCOP, the supermarkets' "bully boy" tactics would go uncurbed, he said.
When economic growth is uncurbed and dollars are free-flowing do you want to find your company building products and delivering services or struggling to rebuild your critical staff?.
Throughout the Iliad, Homer simultaneously shows us a woman who is suffering terribly on account of her actions and demonstrates the consequences of uncurbed erotic passion.