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1) Is it possible to imagine a potential situation in which Thayer would attempt to frighten councilors into abandoning their possibly liability-attracting health care policy that conceivably could violate city, county or federal statutes or regulations?
But the reality is that such a situation is unlikely to happen, and with five senior players unavailable for selection - a situation which could conceivably happen regularly throughout the season - David Moyes has practically no room for manoeuvre.
You can conceivably get into a situation where you've got bicycle traffic on both sides of the roads, and you've got two drivers in the center lane,'' said Sean Comey, a spokesman for the Auto Club of Northern California.
Citi-group recently published an analyst's report recommending solid infrastructure stocks like Archer Daniels, Caterpillar, General Electric and Monsanto, all of which should conceivably be involved in efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
The tapered end of the house is just wide enough to accommodate a back door leading to a pocket size patch of ground with a single tree that could conceivably qualify as Tokyo's smallest garden.
You could envision using these bio-gold nanoparticles in order to seek out tumors and then conceivably send out a signal when they've arrived," says cancer biologist Bruce Zetter of Children's Hospital Boston.
Szany points out that a recycler could conceivably buy a $400,000 baler, and then spend some $1.
These monumental paintings are architectural scenes of an interior and an exterior conceivably from the same sanctuary for pleasure-seeking.
Conceivably, the Commission could be directed to hear countless buildings, thus diverting the Commission's resources from its other functions.
The court found that the facts could conceivably be produced that the sheriff's alleged policy or custom of not effectuating probable cause determinations for detainees who were arrested without a warrant was a substantial factor in bringing about the alleged violation.
If you're confident that the structure is right, you could conceivably design chemicals to target particular types of machines.
Knowing the craft would continue on into space, conceivably for eternity, scientists fitted Pioneer 10 with a plaque (shown above) to signify mankind's hip-hop hug to any space critter that may find it.
The point is that design research can provide rationale for change, a rationale that, conceivably (ideally), can overcome the seeming natural resistance within organizations to want to do things the same as they ever were, same as they ever were.
The 75-year-old pop artist is famous, of course, for a decidedly more upbeat sign--his iconic LOVE logo, which today might conceivably be read as a symbol of gay pride, with the slanted O embracing difference.
Tyrvainen says, when fully realized, Superior Thermowood could conceivably employ more than 200 people throughout Northern Ontario.