Growth is coming back, not sufficiently
so," he said.
whether greater regulatory oversight would be appropriate if it were to find that the wholesale mobile wireless services market is not sufficiently
He said: "Present care environments in Wales are not adequately prepared or sufficiently
resourced to provide inclusive services for LGB residents.
Men who ensure that their body is at least sufficiently
supplied with vitamin D are doing good for their testosterone levels and their libido," said Ad Brand, of the Sunlight Research Forum, in Holland.
It seems from recent news coverage that the NHS is not sufficiently
concerned about this problem.
Current dengue control methods are not sufficiently
effective, and new ones are urgently needed They estimate that if released, the new breed could sustainably suppress the native mosquito population in six to nine months.
Most parents of inactive children wrongly consider their children to be sufficiently
active, a study has found.
Global Banking News-2 October 2009-Swedish finance minister says EU banks are sufficiently
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But the injury appears to have cleared up sufficiently
for him to line out at fullback having made the position his own last year.
OPENING batsman Jesse Ryder will miss New Zealand's one-day series in England after failing to recover sufficiently
from a hand injury.
DUBAI: The Middle East's largest budget airline Air Arabia said yesterday the market was sufficiently
big to cater to six low-cost airlines after Dubai's Emirates said it planned to launch a new airline within a year.
Worth's piece (which was cowritten by Sabrina Tavernise) was sufficiently
impressive that the New York Times made it its lead story on the front page.
Indirect technology is said to be the ideal solution for applications that require precise, consistent temperature control and/or where the factory water pressure is inconsistent or not sufficiently
filtered of contaminants that may damage production tools.
The so-called "classical" definition, used by Swedish botanist Carl von Linne (1707-78) and others, defined species as "a group of organisms in which individuals are members of the species if they sufficiently
conform to certain fixed properties".
My frustration mirrored the frustration of physicians who work at hospitals and cannot influence scheduling, staff, equipment or policies sufficiently
to predict procedure starting times, room turnover and training of staff assistants.