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thus far

Up to the current point or moment in time. The book's been a bit boring thus far. Hopefully it picks up in the second half. Thus far, we've only been able to secure three outside investors.
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thus far

Up to this point; so far: Our success has been limited thus far.
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It is critical that metalcasters send their support to their congressmen, as the program has been very beneficial for metalcasting facilities thus far.
Steel costs have also soared in the overall commodities boom market of the past two years, so thus far it has been difficult to gain an edge over plastic.
Pointing to evidence of federal foreknowledge of the Oklahoma City bombing and an OKC bombing-McVeigh-Elohim City connection, the recent AP stories have thus far entailed only a subset of the much larger body of evidence uncovered and reported years earlier by THE NEW AMERICAN.
Thus far, Appeals has seen many benefits as a result of this process.
Research thus far has shown that in monominerallic rocks the sound quality appeared to be degraded by various textural characteristics; poor sound quality produced by rocks with low stability minerals was due to the alteration of minerals; sounds produced were caused by transverse vibrations of the samples; and the sound waves of the samples traveled at P-wave velocities.
Thus far, the feared bloodbath in cities captured by the opposition has not materialised, said Pentagon spokeswoman Victoria Clarke.
The good news is that almost all of these actions thus far have been concentrated in the Philadelphia area, where U.
The major backbone providers have thus far tried to deal with this problem by making the backbones bigger, to accommodate more packets.
Nonetheless, while the chances of a pickup in inflation later had risen to some extent, a number of members emphasized that no firm evidence had surfaced thus far to signal that labor compensation was increasing at a faster rate or that core inflation was worsening, and even the early signs of increased pressures on costs and prices were mixed.
Certainly actual curricular changes in American classrooms thus far reflect the demographic shifts in the student body, with the steady increase in racial and ethnic minorities, far more than any embrace of conservative goals.
However, a review of the statistical data thus far, indicates the nature of the services being provided.
Thus far, though, this faction has been unable to wield much influence.
The Ministry said in its report that gunmen in more regions have ended fight with Syrian government forces, adding, "The total number of regions, towns and villages that have thus far endorsed peace agreement with Damascus stands at 2,131.
WASHINGTON, March 21 (KUNA) -- The US dispute with Russia over its actions in Ukraine has thus far not had an impact on the efforts by the Permanent 5 members of the UN Security Councuil and Germany (P-5 plus one) to rein in the Iranian nuclear program, White House press secretary Jay Carney indicated during a briefing on Friday.