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Fully five feet in length, and standing two and one-half feet at the shoulder, he far outweighed a wolf of corresponding size.
Her satisfaction in Mr Elliot outweighed all the plague of Mrs Clay.
And the relief of that outweighed all the danger, which, as I discovered to my untold joy, was now much less than it had been before.
The thought having taken form persisted, but always it was more than outweighed by the fact that the black sergeant was actually afraid of his woman, so much afraid of her in fact that he would not have dared to attempt to put her out of the way unless he could do so secretly while she slept.
How often he had told himself that her love was happiness; and now she loved him as a woman can love when love has outweighed for her all the good things of life--and he was much further from happiness than when he had followed her from Moscow.
The sure fun of the evening outweighed the uncertain treasure; and, boy- like, he determined to yield to the stronger inclination and not allow himself to think of the box of money another time that day.
If she desired to go, she might: the nuisance of her presence outweighs the gratification to be derived from tormenting her!'
The analyst believes the company's turnaround has entered a phase where investors believe the worst is behind it "and are willing to accord the company a hall pass to see whether the sales plan can work." The more optimistic sentiment stems from the view that the new board of directors and new brand spokesperson Shaquille O'Neal can reverse the declining traffic and EBITDA trends, O'Cull tells investors in a research note titled "Sell Thesis Not a Slam Dunk; Investors Optimism Outweighing Fundamentals." The analyst remains concerned that low franchisee profits will require ongoing financial support from Papa John's and declining transactions will pressure commissary profits, but he believes investor optimism will likely outweigh these fundamental issues in the near-term.
Further research may well uncover subsets of people where benefits do outweigh risks, paving the way for personalised treatments.'
Medical and public health professionals say that the risk of the non-therapeutic use of antibiotics in livestock outweighs the benefits, and veterinarian and agricultural professionals say the benefits outweigh the risks.
The Sabril REMS programme has been changed after the FDA determined that some of the programme's needs are no longer necessary to ensure that the benefits of Sabril outweigh the risks.
ISLAMABAD -- The health benefits of cycling and walking outweigh the harmful effects of air pollution, a study has suggested.
THE benefits of cycling and walking outweigh the negative impact on health from air pollution, researchers have said.
The conclusion is that the economic and social benefits from the operations of TUI Group in Cyprus outweigh the environmental and other costs.
But members of Solihull Council's planning committee decided that the extension was 'inappropriate' development of green belt land and there were no special circumstances to outweigh building on the land.