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widely circulated or diffused

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On the other hand, only 6 per cent of Danish managers considered bribery and corruption widespread in their country which was the lowest among those surveyed, followed by Norway and Finland with 10 per cent and 16 per cent respectively, EY said.
While in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, widespread rain-thundershowers with isolated heavy falls accompanied by strong gusty winds are expected in Malakand, Hazara, Peshawar, Mardan, Kohat, Bannu, Dera Ismail Khan divisions.
com will only initially feature cutting tools, customers can access a full online product catalog at Widespread Industrial Supplies as well as an array of instructional and informative product demonstrations from 'Understanding Fasteners' to 'Heavy Duty Twist Drills,' 'Left Hand Drills' and 'Hand Taps,' featuring expert advice on the intricacies of each product and how to best handle certain tools.
Widespread pain that affects multiple areas of the body-the hallmark feature of fibromyalgia-affects 15 percent of women and 10 percent of men over age 50 according to previous studies.
15%) are the least likely to say corruption is widespread in their governments.
Among countries with a free press, the "bottom 10" that are least likely to view government corruption as widespread are mostly European.
Widespread fatigue damage assessments comprise life estimation on crack formation and/or fatigue damage onset including multiple fatigue damage crack growth analysis of neighbouring cracks.
When the systems are strong and have more amplitude, there is high moisture incursion leading to widespread rainfall," explained Dr L.
Results show that 16% of the sampled veterans had chronic widespread pain, twice the prevalence in nondeployed subjects.
Among patients who did not have widespread pain at baseline, 641 of 951 MVC patients and 3,058 of 3,780 control subjects participated in a 15-month follow-up.
This surprised us because we expected to see some kind of relationship between crash severity and the onset of widespread pain," Dr.
But a FOSIS spokesman said: "There has been no evidence produced to indicate any widespread recruitment of Muslim students.
A runaway defense budget, responding to widespread perception of military inadequacies by the usual government expedient of throwing money at the problem.
That's why ConnectMe created a special industry advisory to help keep real estate companies and related businesses like construction, architecture, engineering, insurance and law firms from the knockout blow of a widespread business communication system failure.
But widespread adoption of electronic health records and the ability to share information among physicians, hospitals, pharmacies and health insurers won't occur for at least the next decade.