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Developers who built apartments after the war thinking they would be decontrolled, had the rug pulled out from under them in 1969, when New York City stabilized all apartments retroactively.
In the Phase I/II cancer trials, 43% (20 of 46) of end-stage cancer patients, who had measurable disease, were stabilized from 2 to 13 months.
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Fitch does note that PLD's leverage will tend to oscillate as warehouses become stabilized and are contributed to the funds.
The changes are as follows: For the three months ended June 30, 1994, net operating income at stabilized communities increased $627,000, or 9.
A four-story apartment building with 16 rent stabilized units at 460 41st Street in Brooklyn's Sunset Park neighborhood was sold in a transaction valued at $1,660,000.
4 million of developments for its held-for-rental portfolio with an average stabilized yield of 9.
But lakeside residents have renewed hope that the salinity of this desert oasis will finally be reduced and its water level stabilized to prevent flooding.
an innovative manufacturer of highly efficient and reliable diode lasers, today introduced their first commercially available Wavelength Stabilized Technology (WST) diode lasers: a 2 watt diode laser in a fiber-coupled package and a 2.
Rent stabilized buildings traditionally have not been a target for developers.
Mainly, we hope the hill will be stabilized somehow,'' said Jean Kosztics, who lives with her husband on Vista Del Rincon at the hillside's base.
From our experience, stabilized NADH enhances the activity in organs that develop a high metabolic turnover, like the brain, the circulation system, and muscles.

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