Hence, it resulted
when D'Artagnan proceeded to draw his sword in earnest, he found himself purely and simply armed with a stump of a sword about eight or ten inches in length, which the host had carefully placed in the scabbard.
The financial constraints caused by years of political rhetoric and budget cuts resulted
in schools having large classroom-teacher-pupil ratios as well as large counselor-student ratios.
The court concluded that, because the transferee's purchase of the decedent's partnership interest resulted
in partnership termination under Sec.
The bridge occurred in the middle sidewall and resulted
in the superheating of the melt below.
A prospective, multicenter clinical trial of IPLEX administered once daily showed that treatment resulted
in statistically significant, dose-dependent increases in height velocity (growth rate) with a favorable safety profile.
The trend from previous quarters remains, and a continued rise in net inflows in funds under management, together with growth in the value of funds, has resulted
in an increase in fund-based fees in both unit-linked assurance and mutual funds.
Although the initial adoption of SFAS 156, as of January 1, 2006, resulted
in an increase in the value of the OMSRs by $4.
2 million Corporate Units, which, if not so purchased, would have resulted
in the issuance of an additional 6.
As discussed above, the consolidated net loss resulted
mainly from the Company's investment in the clinical development programs of MC-1 and MC-4232.
Our collaboration with MedImmune has resulted
in the development of fully human monoclonal antibodies (MAbs) that provide significant protection in preclinical models of rheumatoid arthritis and sepsis," said Walter Newman, Ph.
Jerry Dukes, Chief Executive Officer of PW Eagle, said, "Continued tight supplies of both resin and pipe have resulted
in higher prices and margins.
This strategy resulted
in a significant drop in subscriber acquisition actions in 3Q05, while customer retention initiatives have allowed monthly churn rate to remain practically flat compared to 3Q04, despite competitors' increased aggressiveness.
Foreign exchange conversion resulted
in a loss of $56,000 for the first quarter in fiscal 2006, compared to nil for the same period in fiscal 2005.
McDATA's Q4 04 non-GAAP tax rate was two percent, and resulted
in a benefit to non-GAAP net income of approximately $2 million, or $0.
The activities of KOMPAN A/S, which are also regarded as discontinuing, resulted
in a net result of DKK 50m, mainly from divestment of shares.