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Related to innumerous: impeding, undeniably, unobtrusively, rebuffed
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Perceived borrowing constraints (hereafter PBC) are of great importance because they lie at the core of innumerous financial decisions.
For our current moment, the question can be translated into "how can we improve this situation we have put ourselves in, where climate change threatens to end with innumerous lives on Earth, including our own?
There have been innumerous reports with fairly well thought over and collected figures which definitely speaks of adverse impact on our domestic manufacturing including on spare parts manufacturing in Pakistan for vehicles and aftermarket.
His father was working abroad and engaged in the APC through Skype, an unexpected answer to a contingency (geographic dispersion) that nowadays affects innumerous families.
As his online activity, including innumerous tweets, blog posts, and other content produced over the past eight years, moves from official to personal accounts, the White House has indicated where people can follow both him and outgoing first lady Michelle Obama after Jan.
Care is an inherent situation of every human being and this can raise innumerous conflicting feelings in family members who live with and take care of elderly people who have suffered a stroke, which involves reward and gratitude along with distress, doubts, anger and others.
Which brings us to the most important question: Are the innumerous deaths of our brave soldiers mere statistics for the nation to take pride on?
The co-ordination is easier; hence we save a lot of time and avoid innumerous errors.
They argue that to be something other than an aggregator of individuals, to transcend the innumerous more or less tribal communities that divide a collectivity from within, a society must delineate the overarching principles from which can be deduced practical rules of conduct.
Innumerous letters have been written by the labour department as well as the health department, but nothing was done till now.
Among the aforementioned and innumerous other models, the three factor one--presented by Fama and French (1996)--has gained relevance and a sequence of studies and tests, along with the original CAPM.
Asa first step, it is important to realize that interpreting weather and river information is only one out of innumerous skills that EMs have to master.