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taking immediate advantage, often unethically, of any circumstance of possible benefit

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Tuberculosis was the most common opportunistic infection (55%) followed by candidiasis (51%), Pneumocystis carinii 16%, cryptosporidium diarrhoea 10%, cryptococcal meningitis 6%, cerebral toxoplasmosis 2%.
Fund VI's strategy is consistent with Harrison Street's opportunistic fund series to provide innovative and flexible capital in the needs-based real estate market.
Both principals agreed that "As the real estate market evolves, we are looking forward to expanding our relationships, track record portfolio with an even greater mix of non-performing notes and other opportunistic real estate opportunities.
However, their results for the opportunistic insider trades seem to contradict the preponderance of evidence in the literature that suggests that short-term insider trading profits mostly emanate from contrarian trading by insiders.
KHC recently invested in the Rizvi Opportunistic Equity Fund III building on the previous successful relation, which led to KHC investment in Twitter.
Lately, KHC has endowed in the Rizvi Opportunistic Equity Fund III building on the previous successful relation that headed to KHC investment in Twitter.
Case records at the ART Centre were reviewed to obtain data for documented opportunistic infections in the subject around the interview date.
The above mentioned problems are overcome by opportunistic routing protocols.
The majority of infections that occur in organ transplant recipients are opportunistic and are a major cause of death.
This study finds that the more opportunistic buys or sells identified for a given firm, the greater is the subsequent positive or negative effect on returns.
In the latest WikiLeaks expose, it has been revealed that way back in May 2005 senior BJP leader Arun Jaitley had told US diplomats in private that Hindu nationalism was an opportunistic issue for the party.
Proportion of opportunistic pathogens in patients with CD4 count <200 cells/[micro]l was significantly higher as compared with other two groups of patients with CD4 count >200-499 and [greater than or equal to] 500 cells/[micro]l (P=0.
Global Banking News-17 October 2008-Citigroup seeking opportunistic acquisitions(C)2008 ENPublishing - http://www.
Los Angeles -- The risk of nonopportunistic diseases in HIV-infected patients increases as CD4 counts fall, and the impact of such diseases overshadows that of opportunistic diseases at CD4 counts above 200 cells/mcL, said Dr.
The impact of nonopportunistic diseases on people with HIV is increasingly under scrutiny in an era when antiretroviral therapy (ART) has led to a decline in morbidity and mortality from "classic" opportunistic diseases, Dr.