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That is why it is successful in tweaking its failed or unimpressive policies without inviting criticism.
However, it is settling at a rather unimpressive rate.
Real estate Company Alliance Global Group Inc dropped 3.35 percent on investors' predictions of unimpressive earnings due on Monday.
A 50-over total of 133-7 was unimpressive fare from the top dogs.
But the district judge was critical of both Hughes and Anderson, calling them "unimpressive" witnesses.
Summary: RIO DE JANEIRO: Five-times world champions Brazil extended their unimpressive run of results on Sunday ...
The federation also added that recent government data released shows a crosscurrent of indicators that could have an impact on holiday sales, including unimpressive job and income growth and an unemployment rate stuck at 8 percent.
Ruling in Mr Abramovich's favour, Mrs Justice Gloster said that 66-year-old Mr Berezovsky - who was seeking pounds 3 billion damages - was an unimpressive and unreliable witness, who at times gave "deliberately dishonest" evidence.
The shrimp cocktail with which I began was disappointing - unimpressive seafood in an unimpressive salad rendered unpleasant by chunks of brown bread that had grown soggy mixed with the leaves.
HE near-pounds 1m bonus offered to RBS boss Stephen Hester Tis almost indefensible, especially given the bank's unimpressive performance.
Following the release of unimpressive results, we have revised our model for VimpelCom as our profitability estimates now appear too optimistic - both on EBITDA and net income.
After a few unimpressive initial performances in the league round, India lifted their game to stop world champions Australia and their arch-rivals Pakistan from reaching the final.