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in a systematic or consistent manner

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KEY SPECS: The company asserts the drivers consistently dim to nearly zero light output, which closely matches dimming of incandescent bulbs
The MEA spokesperson further said the government has consistently conveyed to the international community that maps of India should depict the boundaries of our country correctlyThe Government takes this opportunity to reaffirm that the entire State of Jammu and Kashmir is an integral part of India and has consistently conveyed to the international community that maps of India should depict the boundaries of our country correctly," he added.
The Chicago defense seemed on the field all the time, and with its safeties consistently playing deep, Manning consistently eschewed his wideouts and found running back Joseph Addai and tight end Dallas Clark underneath.
What's striking about the characteristics we identified is that they appeared so consistently in all of the many hours of lessons we observed--lessons recorded in the teachers' own studios with their own students.
As it turned out, the customer's tight dimensional specs could not be met consistently, and between 20-40% of production was scrapped either at the metalcasting facility or at the in-house machine shop.
Burtynsky's subjects have consistently been landscapes in which the process of industrialization has resulted in spectacles that dwarf the likes of Michael Heizer's sprawling City, 1970-99.
The US consistently offered feedback that revolved around Chris's lesson design, specifically making sure the tasks offered corresponded to the developmental abilities of the students.
A manifest lack of proper disposition for Holy Communion is found to be present in those who consistently support pro-abortion legislation," reads the bishops' decree, as reported by the Religion News Service.
Women 20 or older were more likely than those 19 or younger, and white women were more likely than Hispanics, to have used condoms consistently (1.
He has consistently ranked among the top five brokers in New Jersey from 1994 through 2003 and in the top five for the financial services group nation-wide.
went down consistently each year for 8th-graders and 10th-graders, but went up consistently each year for 12th-graders
While there have been a few product missteps, the Japanese have been able to consistently come out with mainstream and niche vehicles that continue to gain market share.
Taxpayers who have already developed a method to handle these situations can either continue to use their old method (as long as it is "reasonable" and consistently applied) or shift to the proposed method.
Storage process automation is designed to optimize asset utilization and productivity by consistently executing information storage operations in line with prescribed best practices.
Schizophrenics who fail to take their medication consistently are at increased risk for hospitalization, Chris Kozma, Ph.