ejaculated her aunt, turning sharply about as she reached the head of the stairs.
Well, Nancy, it do look like as if she'd tried ter get as nigh Heaven as she could, and that's a fact," he agreed, pointing with a crooked finger to where, sharply outlined against the reddening sky, a slender, wind-blown figure was poised on top of a huge rock.
Summary: Official figures show industrial production in Britain fell sharply
during January, raising fears the country will suffer its third recession in not much more than four years.
Equities tumbled sharply
on Wall Street on Wednesday, a day after President Barack Obama won reelection, on looming concern over the country's fiscal health and prospects for weak European growth.
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Summary: A stronger-than-expected US Nonfarm Payrolls report has forced a noteworthy pullback in the Japanese Yen, as the safe-haven currency fell sharply
Firms are also cutting investment plans sharply
as worries about future demand intensified.
Epstein of the School of Social Work, University of Nevada presents Psychotherapy as Religion: The Civil Divine in America, a studious yet sharply
critical look at the flaws of America's modern system of psychotherapeutic treatment (drug therapy and psychopharmacology are not covered).
The retail price of gasoline, which fell sharply
at the end of summer, has also stabilized in recent weeks.
Magnetic resonance imaging demonstrated a sharply
demarcated, fluid-filled, sublingual cyst that measured approximately 7.
5 percent three months earlier and was sharply
lower from the 13.
90 million metric tons, on an annualized basis, in May 2006, its growth rate having stabilized in recent months at around 2%, after declining sharply
in the second half of last year.
Of the processors contacted, most acknowledge that prices have been climbing quite sharply
during the past several months.
The Chinese market for hydraulic excavators has grown sharply
in recent years, increasing fivefold since 1999.
In such a scenario, mortgage rates would also rise sharply
and puncture the great American housing boom.