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Admittedly, though, the dancing was quite entertaining in a mentally undemanding sort of way.
The valuations remain undemanding, in our view: Russian banks are currently trading at 2012E P/BVs of 0.
UAE bank valuations remain undemanding at nearly 0.
With valuations undemanding, further earnings growth should provide equity markets with scope for further gains.
It is possible to tackle these cases in an undemanding test-yourself format, or to merely read through the text.
Fitchburg, a woman of indomitable spirit, a wife with unflinching love, a kind mother with enduring patience, a dedicated nurse who never left a patient uncomforted, an accepting and undemanding family member, a friend who always listened, an active church member who understood the true gift of giving, a bird lover of distinction, a bargain hunter who never willingly passed a dollar store, a smart humorist with spontaneous one-liners, a major Disney aficionado, an avid recyclist, a person who loved to be outdoors gardening or swimming, and who diligently followed the Serenity Prayer, finally did succumb to the overwhelming effects of cancer that she bravely fought for one and one-half years on Feb 1st, 2007.
It may seem like an undemanding question, but admiring such exquisite works, reading the tags for insight and meaning, one might ask, "Who's keeping the culture?
It tends to feature small fields and be run at an undemanding pace.
His script is the film's greatest strength, and this, combined with solid performances by newcomer Adam Butcher as Ralph, the veteran Gordon Pinsent as the grimly punitive headmaster with a heart of gold, Campbell Scott as Father Hibbert, a forward-thinking Catholic priest who reads Nietzsche to his young charges and was a marathon runner himself before he entered the priesthood, and Jennifer Tilly as a helpful hospital nurse, make Saint Ralph an enjoyable, undemanding film.
The problem is, are states setting up undemanding definitions of proficiency, and in the end, hurting students in the long run?
The softened America at its nadir--with undemanding schools, unpunished crime, rampant welfare, a feckless army under a timid national policy in Vietnam--is the setting for Saul Bellow's Mr.