WASHINGTON, April 2 /PRNewswire/ -- "Today's decision by the Department of Energy (DOE) to establish and support aggressive efficiency standards for air conditioners is a great victory for consumers, who have been whipsawed
this year by winter heating bills and then record gasoline prices," said Alliance to Save Energy President Kateri Callahan.
During her tenure, Whitman was whipsawed
between her legal obligations to protect the nation's air, land and water and the administration's pursuit of industry-friendly policies.
Given that the FDA's safety team is anemic, reviewers feel like they're being hassled, and management is whipsawed
between science, politics, and industry, doctors are an increasingly important buffer between potentially dangerous drugs and the public.
TEI submits that businesses should be able to enter into hedges of these types of assets without being whipsawed
between ordinary gains and capital losses from the hedging activity.
For a good part of the summer, oil and gas markets have been whipsawed
, first by fears that there would be oil shortages this winter, then by two hurricanes," said Auto Club spokeswoman Carol Thorp.
He was whipsawed
back and forth between these religions and experienced an episode he described as sunstroke, but was probably a complete nervous breakdown," said Dillon Bustin, guest lecturer and folklorist for the Bulfinch Fund's Preservation Matters series of educational programs yesterday afternoon.
The government was whipsawed
in Arnes I and Arnes II when a divorcing couple transferred appreciated property to a corporation and withdrew assets without any tax consequences.
Because of the way in which our company mixes its own flying with that performed by outside contractors, our pilots currently are exposed to being whipsawed
," Rachford said.
Hundreds of pages of grand jury testimony, personal notes and e-mail exchanges released Monday reveal a deeply vulnerable young woman whipsawed
by emotions during her affair with President Clinton.
Furthermore, the proposed regulations require perfectly symmetrical tax treatment between the parties to the NPC, presumably to prevent the government from being whipsawed
by inconsistent accounting methods being used by dealers and users of NPCs.
March was a turbulent month as markets were whipsawed
by changing sentiments over the war in Iraq," stated George Van, Chairman of VAN.
share prices ended down Friday in a market that opened down and whipsawed
in negative territory throughout the day, Market News International reported.