Although demands for credit by the federal government have been heavy, growth in the debt of other sectors has been lethargic, and, as a result, the total debt aggregate has remained around the lower bound of its annual range
throughout much of 1992.
Although there was no significant difference in the annual range
of movements between bled and control animals, or in the overall seasonal migration trends, there were some distinct changes in the seasonal movements of some animals from one year to the next.
T of warmest month 0.938 BIO7 T annual range
-0.944 BIO8 Mean T of wettest month BIO9 Mean T of driest month 0.747 BIO10 Mean T of warmest month 0.801 BIO11 Mean T of coldest month 0.934 BIO12 Annual P 0.740 BIO13 P of wettest month -0.863 BIO14 P of driest month 0.928 BIO15 P seasonality (CV) BIO16 P of wettest quarter -0.865 BIO17 P of driest quarter 0.916 BIO18 P of warmest quarter -0.919 BIO19 P of coldest quarter 0.901 Eigenvalue 9.71 5.40 Variance (%) 51.3 28.6 Table 2.
First, Aboriginal people and caribou have shared the annual range
of the Beverly herd for about 8000 years (Gordon, 1977, 1996, 2005).
Seasonal influences are magnified by the proximity of land, which brings with it an increased annual range
in atmospheric temperatures and a concentration of freshwater supply through river runoff.
The city advertised the job as having an annual range
of $65,000 to $75,000.
Premium growth rates are no longer in the 15% to 20% annual range
that were the envy of the insurance world in recent years.
Memory prices will continue to fall in the 40% to 50% annual range
, which will help to broaden the use of devices that use flash memory.
"Based on the annual range
of 6,105.80 to 4,791.00, the 50 percent level of this range at 5,448.40 was also an important price level to overcome C* This makes 5,449.70 to 5,448.40 a key zone that must hold to sustain the rally.
Dr Grove said: "Though often discussed under the banner term of 'global warming', what we see in many areas of the world today is in fact an increased annual range
of temperatures and conditions; this means in particular that third world human populations, many living in what are already marginal environments, will face ever more difficult situations.
But the birds' earlier nesting site was located near the post's artillery impact area and remains pristine prairie due to annual range
fires that burn back intrusive plants like scotch broom and Douglas fir.
The social highlight of the year for many semi-rural areas is the annual range
of activities associated with the local agricultural show and St Clears is no exception.
Rents will continue to grow in the S-percent average annual range
nationally, with Austin, TX; New Jersey; Honolulu; Miami; San Francisco; Seattle; Minneapolis; and Houston expected to post higher rental growth than the national average.
Chairman Leslie Boothroyd said five life classes had previously been scattered within the annual range
of evening painting demonstrations and workshops.
The nest-site-fidelity area (1/20 of annual range
) was determined by forming a square that encompasses all nest sites (Figure 1).