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magnitude of upsurge is than any in the last century.
However, from beginning of current year, textile exports have taken an upsurge.
According to the BBC, this upsurge represents an almost 6,000% rise in costs, owing to the price paid by the NHS per pack for the thyroid treatment surging from around GBP4.
The 2011 upsurge was characterized by a sharp peak (Figure 1, panel A).
BEIRUT: After four days of upsurge in the prices of Solidere shares, the stocks of the real estate company fell slightly Friday.
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Rizal is highest in the upsurge graph with 297 cases this year compared to two last year, however it is already contained, Pardito said.
Some may argue it is symbolic of the rise of the super-rich few against the increasingly poor masses, but it must, on balance, be a good thing, if an upsurge in the nation's financial health is reflected in the bank accounts of those running the businesses generating the revenue.
8 -- In a statement, the US embassy in Colombo has expressed its concern regarding the upsurge of violence in Maldives.
London, Aug 24 ( ANI ): Following the historic Wimbledon win of Scot tennis player Andy Murray, an upsurge in the numbers of children and young people either inquiring about joining or signing up for tennis membership in the UK has been found by British media.
The imminent elections, set in the backdrop of the Shahbagh upsurge, will decide the fate of the arch rivalry between the ruling Awami League led by Sheikh Hasina and the opposition Bangladesh National Party (BNP) of Begum Khalida Zia.
Summary: MUMBAI -- Ending a four-day upsurge, the BSE benchmark Sensex on Wednesday fell 239 points on profit-booking by funds in heavy-weights led by auto and telecom sectors amid concern over lower fourth quarter earnings and a weak global trend.