"It's going to affect lots more - my wife, my three kids, even my cats, who seem remarkably aware of my change of mood - but the bottom of the line
is that it's me who's got to face this thing," said Mr Humphrys.
Subsequently, large volumes of sediments and severe corrosion were found in the bottom of the line
. The side-stream monitor was able to measure the corrosion rate under sediment at 8-12 mpy with significant pitting, as shown in Figure 3, which gave excellent correlation with the corrosion found in the pipeline and especially in valves in the line
At the bottom of the line
up is the XL which is an unadorned hauler.
But that's only part of Fatema's story, She had access to capital only because of the existence of an institution, Grameen Bank, that operates beyond the bottom line to benefit those at the bottom of the line
. GrameenPhone "is not a charity," says co-founder Iqbal Quadir, "but a business that's trying to do a good thing."
According to the Committee, the principle should not be regarded as a prioritised system for spreading tasks amongst the vertically-organised levels of power (in this case, the local and regional powers are at the bottom of the line
of command) but should reflect a relationship based on a horizontal partnership ensuring equality for all sides.
When talking about binoculars of Zeiss quality, one hesitates to use the term "bottom of the line
," but technically I suppose that's where the firm's mini-binoculars lie.
Connolly added: "My chances up the road are not looking good - I'm bottom of the line
Rather, Cray in the super computer business, Digital in the mini-computer and networking arena, and Apple and Compaq at the bottom of the line
lead a lengthening parade of newcomers revolutionizing that industry.
Most successful anglers use two flies: a black woolly worm at the bottom of the line
with a white one tied as a dropper about 3 1/2 feet up.
The bottom of the line
specifications includes an Intel Celeron Dual-Core processor, 2GB of RAM, and 320 GB HDD.