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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.
Average occupancy levels have not noticeably changed," says Ronald K.
The authority and magic that she conferred upon the stage was both appropriate to the role and noticeably lacking when she was absent from it.
It is present during activity but performance is not noticeably reduced.
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.
mortgage insurance industry have begun to increase noticeably as a result of higher severity per claim.
And if elected, he would bring a reformer's passion -- noticeably lacking in Land -- to Sacramento.
However, the southeastern tip of the island, farther from the quake's epicenter, didn't rise or fall noticeably.
The typical concession package in Midtown increased noticeably, up by 15.
Noticeably, however, trapping was missing from the list of activities that pose a threat to wildlife and contradict the very notion of "refuge.
But in the new works the rather nasty-looking foam rubber emerges as an element in its own right-sometimes in the form of platelike planar shapes, sometimes as patterns of little nubs, but most noticeably as freely linear elements.
This year, the average age of the protesters was noticeably lower--a development that pleases Maryknoll Father Roy Bourgeois, cofounder of School of the Americas Watch (www.