We demand, we demand, we demand, we do not beseech," spluttered Burdovsky, red as a lobster.
I admit you are right there, but it was involuntary, and I immediately said to myself that my personal feelings had nothing to do with it,-- that if I thought it right to satisfy the demands of Mr.
Moreover, neighbour squatter, he flatly denies your demand for me, miserable and worthless as I am; nor do I think he has been unwise in so doing, seeing that I should have many reasons against journeying far in your company.
Ishmael listened to these replies, to his several demands, with that species of gathering indignation, with which the dullest tempers mount into the most violent paroxysms of rage.
Ishmael, who had made his demands with a stout determination to enforce them, was diverted by the windy torrent, like many a more obstinate husband, from his purpose, and in order to appease a jealousy that resembled the fury with which the bear defends her cubs, was fain to retire to a distance from the lodge, that was known to contain the unoffending object of the sudden uproar.
Sometimes Daylight yielded to these demands
, but more often not, and always battling fiercely.
Some of these doubts could still have legitimacy, but thus far the demand
for red metals has proven to be far more persistent than the skeptics believed.
In business, the first fundamental is demand
for a product.
To date, the CFO has had to predict demand
by relying on individual spreadsheets -- highly summarized projections and plans from various managers representing individual business units, geo graphical regions and lines of business, and based on disparate information resources within the firm.
A consultant, for example, may opt to employ new software and databases to track demand
and facilitate supply for the client.
Then, with the new year, it flipped out about declining demand
and began emergency rate cuts.
tire market and the economy in general will grow again in 1995, speak well for another annual increase in domestic rubber demand
in 1995," said Thomas E.
If it wishes to eradicate the "imbalances" between supply and demand
for new-technology goods and services, it must eradicate the entrepreneurial classes that are in the habit of running ahead of themselves in their mad dash to improve our lot with new technologies.