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the first fourth of the Moon's period of revolution around the Earth

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At the end of the first quarter, the gross leasable area for the company's stabilized community and neighborhood shopping centers was approximately 92.
The Company reported record EBITDA of $215 million in the first quarter, an increase of 26% over the $170 million reported in the first quarter last year.
Real gross domestic product surged almost 6 percent at an annual rate in the first quarter of 1997, and available data point to a healthy, though smaller, increase in the second quarter.
7 million for the 1996 first quarter compared to 5.
Residential sales were up about 30 per cent in the first quarter over the same period in 1989.
Operating expenses for first quarter of fiscal year 2007 were $7,000,501 as compared to $9,701,028 for the same period in fiscal year 2006.
Furthermore, the average condominium price for Manhattan apartments jumped to a new level in the first quarter, aided in part by a large number of sales in new developments.
Consumer expenditures increased about 3 1/2 percent at an annual rate in real teems in the first quarter and appear to have posted another sizable gain in the second quarter.
Operating income for the first quarter of 1994 amounted to NIS 6,676,000 ($2,249,000) as compared to NIS 5,398,000 ($1,818,000) in the first quarter of 1993.
This letter is intended to address questions regarding the reported reduction in gross profit and other issues related to our first quarter results of operations.
Leasing activity 88% higher than in the first quarter combined with few space returns to produce almost 230,180 s/f of positive absorption.
In the first quarter of 1994, the total volume of the Company's sales was 95,763 metric tons as compared to 87,127 metric tons in the same period in 1993, an increase of 9.
Industrial production decreased through the first quarter, and the shrinkage of private-sector payrolls continued through April as firms moved aggressively to reduce inventories and trim labor costs in response to the weakening of final demand.
The Company reported consolidated revenue from continuing operations for the first quarter of 2006 of $4,316,000, compared to $415,000 for the first quarter last year.
Notable transaction that occurred during the first quarter included: