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without regard to specific details or exceptions

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The demand for loans to households remained broadly unchanged compared with the third quarter (see Chart 2).
With inflationary pressures low, both average unit costs and domestic prices were broadly flat, the latter for the third quarter running, and export prices continued to fall.
Net loans increased 3% in 4Q2014, taking FY2014 loan growth to 12%, and broadly in line with our forecast.
In 2012, this team of South African researchers discovered that a shift in the position of one sugar molecule on the surface of the virus led to the development of broadly neutralising antibodies against HIV.
Consumers in the EU expect prices to remain broadly stable.
8226; Introduction to the requirements of a broadly effective HIV Vaccine.
In the current study, scientists identified one of the roughly 20 percent of HIV-infected individuals who naturally develop broadly neutralizing antibodies to the virus after several years of infection.
However, even with these powerful broadly neutralizing antibodies in hand, scientists need to find a way to elicit their production in the body through a vaccine.
Meanwhile, new business was broadly unchanged at the UK level.
Craig McNaughton, director for Lloyds TSB Commercial in the North East, said: "The end of 2012 saw private sector activity across the North East come to a dramatic slowdown, with business output broadly unchanged and only marginal growth in new orders recorded during December.
6% broadly compliant FLINTSHIRE 1520 establishments 91.
After initially appearing nervous, he smiled broadly and cracked a joke to his father-in-law Michael before the ceremony started, saying "We're supposed to have just a small family affair", a lipreader claimed.
They will be assessing standards for a new national indicator NI184 - food establishments in the area which are broadly compliant with food hygiene law.
6511(d)(3)(A) and references several reported opinions that construe broadly the term "attributable to"; see First Chicago Corp.
Those percentages, which depend on whether the syndrome is narrowly or broadly defined, correspond to between 11.