German unification then produced a two-year boomlet
, with growth accelerating to over 5 percent in 1990 and 1991.
(foaled 1920) was a prolific winner under National Hunt Rules and ran against some of the best jumpers of his day.
Secure rooms: Before the last boomlet
withered, my sister and brother-in-law bought a lovely new semidetached townhouse, Israeli-style, with a small, well-planted garden and a beautiful view.
11, 2001, baby boomlet
has prompted a handful of bedding companies to develop products especially for babies and expectant mothers.
A nation-wide economic depression soon broke the boomlet
Turning to businesses, there is no doubt that the financial climate for investment has drastically improved - a necessary condition for an investment boomlet
and for enhanced recruitment to turn around the labour market.
The lowest mortgage rates for 50 years, coupled with benign economic conditions and continuing strong demand have re- started the Scottish housing market boomlet
There's the problem: the spirituality business as a profitable boomlet
of books, videos, Web sites, and bumper stickers has been a mixed blessing for thoughtful pastors.
IT'S TOO SOON TO TELL whether the current boomlet
in hiring is auguring a period of prosperity for Canadian universities.
In Argentina's wine country, meanwhile, the Santos and Benegas families lead a boomlet
of small-scale boutique wineries headed by old-guard winemaking families that sold their original vineyards to international investors.
That sort of isolation was unworkable, and to some extent was eventually moderated by a delayed baby boomlet
and the return of the grandmother to the child-rearing fray.
Subcommodified klezmer may be; but success is relative, and the klezmer boomlet
has looked inviting to many musicians.