Life is full of deliciously unpredictable
moments, whether that's finding yourself kayaking near Yellowstone National Park or grabbing your perfect handful of Chex Mix," said Rachel Lukoff, associate marketing manager, General Mills.
However, the unpredictable
trends in global trade continue and it is too early to comment with any certainty on the volumes and earnings outcome for 2009.
In introducing seemingly harmless furry friends, the trade of exotic pets brings together species that have never encountered one another in nature, with unpredictable
and sometimes tragic results.
These systems of high-order approximations generally do a great job of reproducing the handling qualities of the perfect aircraft; however, they result in a system that potentially is unpredictable
to the operator and they introduce unpredictable
response in the overall aircraft system (National Research Council, 1997).
Along with essays by the artist and curators, the accompanying catalogue will contain contributions by Saul Anton, Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev, and Jordan Kantor, among others, that should shed new light on all ever-shifting, utterly unpredictable
Because of its unpredictable
monthly cash flow, ABC Nursing Home often cannot satisfy ongoing financial obligations (e.
The device is a proven, effective alternative to traditional surgical treatment methods that can be costly and unpredictable
FOR his first full show of the year the unpredictable
David Bowie delivered an, er, unpredictable
As a result, customers can choose the best storage technology for their needs and more flexibly scale their networks to meet the unpredictable
storage demands of their businesses.
The wireless channel is unpredictable
because of factors such as multipath fading, shadowing, Doppler spread, and time dispersion or delay spread.
Those that do survive can develop unpredictable
problems, such as mouse clones that suddenly become obese in adulthood.
But it was an unpredictable
year and I don't see that changing much.
The word 'weird' comes from an older word that means 'fate,' but by Shakespeare's time, 'weird' had come to also have the sense of 'wayward'--that is, unpredictable
This forces the question: Can a tax that is unpredictable
be called fair?
The role of the state, in this view, is not so much to reallocate wealth as it is to curb, direct, or end unpredictable
economic and social evolution.