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lasting a very short time

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This with the aim of identifying those phenomena which affect inflation transitorily as well as the medium term trend of price increases.
In this article, then, we first examine whether higher permanent income taxpayers are more likely to save in tax-deferred accounts and to save more in such accounts, or whether previous results were a reflection of taxpayers saving in years when income was transitorily high.
For example, the already mentioned Andy Goldsworthy's art project Refuges D'Art in France provides both individual refuges for meditation and contemplation and planned transitorily paths among the art shelters.
It is widely known that monetary policy affects the general level of prices, at least in the long run, and that it may influence output only transitorily. The transmission mechanism of monetary policy to relevant variables, which is a subject of continuous empirical research, may include several channels, one of which is asset prices.
The closest Brown comes to this is when he speaks tentatively and only transitorily of "perhaps a transaction levy."
Sewage sludge samples collected later were tested for mimivirus by using PCR (4); however, no amplification was observed, indicating either that mimivirus was present only transitorily, that mimivirus was below detection limits, or that the target primer sites were not conserved.
Further, the flowery fireworks only bloom transitorily compared with its undistinguished and obscure processes of ascending movements.
In comparison to centralized approaches, the PIM model ameliorates the robustness problem because the coordinating process is not resident (except transitorily, with backups at all other nodes) at any one location.
Monetarists opposed these ideas on the ground that investment and savings depend on the real interest rates, which cannot be affected by the banking system, except transitorily.
That is to return to a largely unrestricted right of dismissal in exchange for a generous state unemployment benefit and a program of recurrent education for all workers to enable them to offer a greater range of needed skills in the general employment market thereby as a generality being only transitorily out of work.
As such, semiosis always involves a movement of an interpreter whose "way of acting within the world is either transitorily or permanently changed" (Eco 1995, p149).
[section] 1.351-1(c)(3) (1996) (public is treated as part of the transferring group that must own 80% if underwriter is an agent of the issuing corporation or holds the stock only transitorily).
Hence, just as the acute work stress exhibits detrimental impacts transitorily, work restructuring may not exert sustained impairment on work commitment.
That is, the test scores of students might have increased in many of the F-graded schools even in the absence of Florida's education plan simply because they were transitorily low in the prior year.