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In Greece, the portion of managers considering corruption widespread in the country rose from 62 per cent in 2016 after it fell from 69 per cent in 2015 and 71 per cent in 2014.
In FATA, widespread rain-thundershowers with isolated heavy falls accompanied by strong gusty winds are expected in Kurram, Bajaur, Mohmand, Khyber, Orakzai, North and South Agencies.
Widespread Industrial Supplies has an extensive knowledge of all fastener related items, including the various alloy steels and exotic stainless steels on the market.
John McBeth from the Arthritis Research UK Primary Care Centre, Keele University in Staffordshire, this newly published population-based prospective study identified factors that increase the risk of the development of widespread pain in older adults.
In Belarus 36% of the respondents said corruption is widespread in their government, while in Russia this index
In the Czech Republic, on the other hand, the percentage of residents perceiving government graft as widespread has increased by 15 percentage points since 2007.
Early recognition of the elevated risk for chronic widespread pain and associated downstream health conditions "may help optimize care and limit inappropriate health care utilization," the study concludes.
The patients who developed axial skeleton pain may be "on the path" to developing widespread pain.
However, those studies did not take the role of psychosocial stressors into account in relation to the onset of widespread body pain, Dr.
Suppression of cryptography in the vain hope of keeping its results from widespread use can y further debase the coin of national security.
There was widespread failure of local PBX and cell phone services in the wake of Katrina.
5 proposed new rules that "represent a major step forward in meeting President Bush's goal of widespread adoption of electronic health records.