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Pigott said local increases in some categories, such as rape, seemed consistent with upswings nationally, where the FBI reported that the rate of incidents had leveled off after several years of declines.
The retail segment's upswing also reflects strong participation by national and local retailers.
In fact, base station deployments for these interfaces are actually on the upswing worldwide.
Overall conditions are still excellent for home buyers, but the recent upswing in interest rates may have discouraged some from buying,'' said James Smith, the national association's chief economist.
Precipitating the upswing were commitments by Transit Insurance company for 40,000 square feet of space at 275 Seventh Avenue, and NRS Publishing for 16,000 square feet of space at 111 Fifth Avenue.
In 2004, the biotechnology industry experienced an upswing in initial public offerings (IPOs), private equity financings, and corporate partnerships for lead compounds.
This sale shows this band's career is clearly on the upswing,'' said Jeff Kwatinetz, co-founder of the Firm, which manages Backstreet Boys.
Midtown Manhattan witnessed the most remarkable upswing, posting a positive net absorption (over 2 million square feet) for the first time in four years.
Early capital spending projections for 2006 in Alabama favor an upswing in capital expenditures over 2005 figures.
The units have been boosted in recent days by a general upswing among real estate stocks.
However, if the recent upswing in leasing activity is a barometer of things to come, we can expect that the space, in time, will be absorbed.
Already grappling with capacity enrollment at the west-side campuses, the district must decide how to handle growth that will result from an upswing in home construction.
While the recent retail upswing is primarily due to declining rental rates, the combination of reduced rents and a wide array of available retail space has attracted numerous retailers to New York, many of whom are taking advantage of current conditions to lease multiple locations.
As the popularity of yo-yos took an upswing, companies started coming out with novelty and limited-edition yo-yos - gold-plated yo-yos and those made of aircraft aluminum, and yo-yos with scorpions, killer bees and shark teeth imbedded in the face.
In an enormous upswing over last month's activity, leasing in Midtown South skyrocketed from 71,000 square feet to a hearty 207,000 square feet of space, while the availability rate dropped to 17.