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The plan's potential impact of a single securitization platform, the role of pricing and the degree to which the secondary market will be controlled by for-profit private entities also remain troublingly unclear.
The sorry performance of the capital market at the moment has been attributed to the fact that the foreign investors withdrew their IPOs once the crisis set in and, more troublingly, still do not seem interested in coming back.
The Brummie was troublingly out of sorts winning his last two fights against Young Mutley and Curtis Woodhouse.
The third great enlargement is troublingly complex and contradictory On the one hand, the Great Depression and the Second World War opened the idea of Americanness to people who had been considered outside its bounds.
She gave three different versions of what she did right after the alleged attack and showed that she was a troublingly convincing liar by telling a phony tale of a previous rape, prosecutors wrote.
Most troublingly, Philadelphia passed the most recent audit of its compliance with abuse prevention mandates with flying colors.
Half a decade later, losses have remained troublingly high, hovering around 30% in each subsequent year.
amp;nbsp; Now news from Japan that is troublingly fluid regarding the earthquake's aftermath, which has social, economic and financial implications, is amplifying investor unease.
That state of affairs offers a golden opportunity to those legislators, political hangers-on and troublingly ambitious senior bureaucrats, all of whom seem to get their only true pleasure and fulfilment out of an unremitting determination to micromanage other people by means of programmes that are said to be works of social inclusion but are in truth works of social engineering.
More troublingly, Mitchell's book seems curiously out of step with his own meta-argument.
In the flotilla incident, as in previous episodes of this new phase in the war against Israel, we witnessed an alliance of radical leftists and Islamists who adopted the rhetoric of human rights and international law to advance a violent and illiberal cause; we saw the cynical use of the Palestinians as pawns in the larger struggle to destroy Israel; the irresponsible media, which is always quick to pass judgment against Israel before the facts are known and always loath to correct the record after the truth comes out; and, perhaps most troublingly, the curious lack of outrage in liberal quarters when the cause of humanitarianism is warped and perverted to serve inhumane ends.
Unfortunately, the dogmatism of counterinsurgency has eclipsed strategy and, even more troublingly, shapes policy.
Most troublingly, the customer of defense products utilizes some of its purchases to wage war on persons of other regions--murdering, maiming, and terrorizing soldiers and civilians alike.
But perhaps even more troublingly, the existence of these two tests rests on a distinction between regulation by state legislatures and application of state law by state courts that simply cannot be maintained or justified.
But beyond knowing that the area is important to language production, "we still have been troublingly unable to pin it down," Sahin said.