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We are alert to the possible effects on our customers of the current economic slowdown and, other than in the media sector, the segments on which we focus have not noticeably been affected.
These real questions made the task noticeably more difficult than the TREC-8 task, but despite the increased difficulty, the best-performing system was able to extract a correct answer to the question more than 65 % of the time.
Waldroop and Butler cover a lot of theoretical territory, and the book slows down noticeably when they move from the personal stories to drill down into theory and generalization.
Since the use of microdebriders and through-cutting forceps became widespread in endoscopic sinonasal surgery, the incidence of postoperative crusting and synechiae has decreased noticeably.
There are nevertheless some pleasant surprises: there are architects here, most noticeably ABK and Powell & Moya, who have never received the critical attention they deserve for their later work, and it had not crossed my mind that either of them would ever be held up as a model for architects in the US.
The combined efforts of the police and municipal authorities led to noticeably cleaner properties, more legitimate use of the street, less illicit and uncivil behavior, and fewer drug-related calls for service, especially in residential sites.
Average occupancy levels have not noticeably changed," says Ronald K.
It is present during activity but performance is not noticeably reduced.
in Asia outside of Japan, and a noticeably stronger Europe supported good growth across virtually all product lines," said John Churchfield, vice president for planning and finance and chief financial officer.
The output of nonenergy materials, which fell noticeably in December and January, rebounded partially in February but was unchanged in March; the recent weakness in both durables and nondurables has been widespread.
USW International Vice President Tom Conway, who chairs the union's AK Steel bargaining committee, said that the antagonism that led to a labor dispute that lasted 39 months from 1999 to 2002 was noticeably absent during this latest round of bargaining.
And if elected, he would bring a reformer's passion -- noticeably lacking in Land -- to Sacramento.