In mobile earnings, service revenues were stable as the growth in visitor roaming as well as the rise in total subscribers outweighed
the negative impact of a higher no-frills share (with comparably low average revenues) in the subscriber base.
Of course there have been good and bad days but thankfully the good outweighed
the bad ones and I have made some friends for life.
Those companies who were pessimistic outweighed
those who were optimistic by 14%.
Panelists voted 15-11 that the benefits of these products for preventing pregnancy in the general population of women outweighed
their risks, and voted 21-5 that the labels for these products did not adequately reflect available information about their risk-benefit profile.
The FDA's panelists said the drug's lifesaving potential outweighed
side effects, including diabetes risk.
Mike Noble, conveyancing property partner for Midland law firm MFG Solicitors and head of the firm's Telecoms unit, says landowners may find the benefits of rent are outweighed
by subsequent curbs on the scope for long-term development of land around the mast.
TOKYO - Tokyo stocks fell sharply Tuesday as credit crunch fears outweighed
widespread speculation that the U.
In any case, the price benefits at the supermarket are outweighed
by costs associated with healthcare, law enforcement, and education.
optimism at the outset of the year for the Taft of Woodland Hill boys' volleyball team, which was entering the season with a roster full of underclassmen who had little, or no varsity experience.
Conflicts of interest generally do require disqualification, except where outweighed
by the need for a person's services.
Furthermore, the task force has concluded that the potential risks associated with antiretroviral therapy are outweighed
by the benefits of screening all pregnant women.
Investigators may rationalize a crime merely by explaining to the suspect that the deviant act was logical behavior that anyone in his position would have done because the reward outweighed
the possibility of capture and prosecution.
According to the court, the state had a compelling government interest in identifying, confining and treating SVPs that outweighed
the plaintiff's right to privacy in his medical records.
Suggesting that politics and the need to appease the English by catering to their allegedly incompetent general outweighed
the need for effective strategy in Eisenhower's mind, and claiming that General Patton himself would have chosen to resign from the Army and tell the damning truth had he lived, Irzyk "comes clean" with his point-by-point breakdown of what happened, what went wrong, and what could have been.
Occasional cliches and an unsubtle overall theme (about making the best of everything and learning your divine purpose) are far outweighed
by a well-paced story and chapters that end on notes of suspense.