Also, the company offers free mail-in energy audits to assist residential customers in holding down
their electric costs.
That it has not done so in recent years has been the result of a combination of special one-time factors holding down
prices and more lasting changes in the processes determining inflation.
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The movie's downbeat results were blamed by Carmike Cinemas and Hershey Foods, a major ``Godzilla'' partner, for holding down
profits during the fiscal second quarter.
On one hand, the "credit crunch" at banks and the resolution of troubled thrifts curbed the eagerness of these institutions to attract retail deposits, holding down
the rates of return offered on brokered deposits and similar accounts relative to the average deposit rates used in constructing measures of opportunity cost.
On issue handling, the Democrats win on making prescription drugs affordable (53%-25%), improving education (49%-34%), holding down
federal spending (43%-38%), strengthening Social Security (49%-34%), creating jobs (48%-37%), and for the middle class (55%-33%).
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Meyer, gives more weight to transitory forces holding down
In addition, with returns on M2 assets falling steeply relative to rates charged on loans, households had a greater incentive to finance spending by holding down
the accumulation of M2 assets rather than by taking on new debt.
According to the Business Owners, President Bush will do a better job than Senator Kerry at Creating Jobs, Holding Down
Inflation, Reducing Deficit Spending, Appointing a new Federal Reserve Board Chief, Controlling Healthcare Costs and Improving the Balance of Trade.
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The salvagers turned to a tiny submarine - with former astronaut Edwin ``Buzz'' Aldrin aboard - to cut the ballast holding down
some of the flotation bags.