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an amount of time

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Because the impact of road improvements is of interest, it is the change in accessibility over a time period that is required rather than the absolute value of accessibility.
But in the metered markets, the show's 1.6 rating puts her up by 14% over year-ago time periods. Like DeGeneres, her share is flat at a 5.
He further said that the consumption of plastic bags is caused for environmental pollution and hazardous for human health as well as all other living things in our surroundings, so that the concerned consumers of plastic bags including merchants and manufacturing factories should stop usage and sale of plastic bags within given time period, adding that in case of any violation the action will be taken against the violators.
Moreover, the court observed that the disqualification will continue for as long as the declaration [signed by electoral candidates declaring them honest] holds, adding that the 18th Amendment, passed in 2010, did not determine a time period for disqualification.
As bacteremia caused by pneumococci decreased, 77% of cases in the post-PCVl3 time period were caused by Escherichia coli, Salmonella spp., and Staphylococcus aureus.
The figures relate to a time period including the January transfer window, but may not be inclusive of deals made in that time.
Tenders are invited for Public wide area network communication services, for one retrieval per calendar day of single channel, dual channel, and/or up to 4 channel 15-minute interval meter data, with a maximum of 31 times per month, scheduled during the time period of 8:00 p.
Written in a time period not often covered in teen fiction, Temple Boys moves at a quick and adventurous pace that will have readers cheering for Flea and hoping that he endures.
Only Chief Ron Giesbrecht, of the Kwikwetlem First Nation at $914,219, earned more during the time period from April 1, 2013, to March 31, 2014.
The months of April and May saw the most significant growth, recording a 36.6 per cent and 27.3 per cent growth respectively, in the number Emirati tourists visiting Egypt this year when compared with the same time period in 2013.
Part of CYCLE's effort includes a cute and discreet First Time Period Kit, which is packed with all the necessary items for your first period - and includes free goodies donated by Avon and 'Time To Talk About Your Period' FAQ Guide co-written by the CYCLE physicians.
Therefore, three important and linearly dependent aspects of time require assessment: a person's age, which usually represents the duration and cumulative exposure to a causative agent, the time period of diagnosis or death from NHL, in which changes in diagnostic practice and classification, or, for mortality, changes in treatment across most age groups, can be seen, and the year of birth, by which changes in lifetime risk from different lifestyle exposures for each generation are shown.
Division of Passenger Travelling Time Period. On intercity rail lines, different passengers will choose different travelling time periods based on their own demands.
From phase-III, it was realized that by increasing the time period of base isolator, natural time period of vibration of building is also increased.