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As the International Monetary Fund's Koshy Mathai put it last week, "The [UAE] economy may now be at a turning point, supported by public spending." Both statistical and anecdotal evidence points to the fact that the green shoots of growth are becoming evident across various sectors of the economy.
In its second estimate for the period, the ONS said: "There is very little anecdotal evidence at present to suggest that the referendum has had an impact on GDP in Quarter 2 2016."
Anecdotal evidence showed that firms increased input buying to satisfy rising output requirements, but also to accumulate pre-production stocks.
"There is anecdotal evidence that some players have been killed.
Anecdotal evidence suggested this was due to higher costs for energy and raw materials.
First, the anecdotal evidence. In both "The Resin Report," beginning on page 25, as well as "The Additives Market," which starts on page 34, key suppliers generally noted that the second half of 2009 was a marked improvement over the first half of that year.
"There is no way current climbers and mountain guides can give anecdotal evidence back to the 1900s, so what they claim is complete nonsense," he added.
"Anecdotal evidence and after-action reports from commanders in theater say this training is saving lives," said Capt.
There is little point in the First Minister urging shoppers to buy Welsh goods when there is growing anecdotal evidence that if the cull goes ahead then there is an intention to boycott Welsh produce and holiday elsewhere (Echo, December 6).
Anecdotal evidence suggests people are shifting their cash to savings providers that they consider to be strong or that are backed with Government guarantees.
There are no studies showing that chess benefits children, but there is plenty of anecdotal evidence, says Tom Luna, the state's superintendent of education.
"We have anecdotal evidence but we want a fuller, more robust study.
Based on the anecdotal evidence alone I would suggest the significantly less tickets than one would expect were actually made available.
Cannell points to TB sanitariums as anecdotal evidence that sunlight fights infections.