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The result was an inversed hierarchy compared to the first one, which meand only one thing: the assumingly useless subscription was useless only in the first survey and had the role to draw people's attention to its better alternative.
On Wednesday approximately 15,000 bales of cotton were lifted by consumers assumingly at higher rate on receipt of WTO news committee of which has okay and EU package ensuring waiver on duties for 75 products from Pakistan.
Instructors in social work programs often identify the need for increased reflexivity and critical thinking in a particular ideological, assumingly liberal direction.
where he (Victor, but assumingly not the narrator) is living his life and at some point even shows himself at the other end of the line (468-469 and 476).
It is also aware of the ideological and cultural background that exists in any case where assumingly neutral healthcare policies are applied.
Together with the water level decrease towards autumn, the intensity of resuspension assumingly increased, as the earlier sediment trap experiments in L.
Recurrence of GAS pharyngotonsillitis after assumingly adequate antibiotic treatment has puzzled scientists for many years (25).
The contradiction of 2D reality versus 3D implication is assumingly and mysteriously explicit.
There is a concern about the convenience of such payments versus government purchase of the stands; however, assumingly the land price exceeds the expected forestry revenue due to the associated non tangible values, such as the landlord value.
Moreover, as most strategies do, it assumingly considers the negotiation data to follow the normal distribution which contradicts with real human negotiations.
2] for [alpha] = 1 the slope of the logarithmically scaled regression line is equal to the slope of the reference bound, which indicates that the error assumingly will in general never get beyond this reference bounds.
We can see that the lexis such as 'modernity', 'power', 'temptations' and 'confidence' present a positive image of the west; whereas, assumingly, Muslims, shown as enemies of these things associated with the west, present them negatively.
Time, assumingly having potential as modelling phenomena similar to space, is not easily graspable in these spatial models with universalistic ambitions.
The focus on the Misseriya seems to be the last resort the NCP has, assumingly, to win the war after having lost the battle on the ground when it signed the CPA.