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Californians, both as drivers and taxpayers, would be better served by AB 44, because then we could look at how HOV lanes stack up now before we leap into years of building what could turn out to be highly inferior ``solutions'' to the gridlock that bedevils us now.
In one detailed, fastidiously plotted painting after another, Moore simultaneously instructs and bedevils the viewer, rendering intimate the numbing losses known to both AIDS sufferers and survivors.
3]Citing a dramatic upswing in the population of aging Americans, the book, published by the IFEBP, takes dead aim at the financial shortfall that bedevils current state and federal programs and threatens emerging plans.
A bed bug that looks like the one that bedevils people specializes in cliff swallows and can kill chicks.
The digestive-system barrier bedevils drug makers who develop new compounds that work well in the test tube but fail to have any effect in humans.
Citing a dramatic upswing in the population of aging Americans, the book, published by the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans (IFEBP), takes dead aim at the financial shortfall that bedevils current state and federal programs and threatens emerging plans.
It clearly bedevils captive populations, enhancing expression of harmful recessive genes and hampering reproduction.
The Siebel marketing and sales alignment strategy demonstrates a compelling and well-executed response to a problem that bedevils many organizations," said Paul Wiefels of the IDC CMO Advisory Panel.
The Siebel marketing and sales alignment strategy demonstrated a compelling and well-executed response to a problem that bedevils many organizations," said Paul Wiefels of the IDC CMO Advisory Panel.