Yet the old lady of the high street's domination of women's aspirations has been dented by the arrival in Cardiff of another bellweather
of the British middle classes: John Lewis.
Sarbanes-Oxley's effect may be more as a bellweather
for accountability and transparency than as an influence of activism by itself.
1989a, Balancing Work and Family Life on Wall Street: Stockbrokers and Families Coping with Economic Instability, Bellweather
Press, Edina, MN.
Eric Anton, executive managing director for real estate investment analysts Eastern Consolidated, said the sale, if it occurs, would be a bellweather
for the market.
Sony, seen by many analysts as a bellweather
for the overall health of the Japanese economy, has traditionally seen about 80 per cent of its sales come from overseas.
To me, the backhoe loader is like a bellweather
for the industry.
Michigan is a bellweather
state--it is one of the bluest of the blue, electing mainstream Democrats," he says.
The selling price is considered a bellweather
by ag land professionals, representing a 20% increase in Illinois farmland value in the past six months.
The heavyweight division has been the bellweather
division or flagship for boxing since John L.
Viewed through this lens, the 2004-2005 increase does not seem that bad and certainly is not a bellweather
of future disaster.
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The AGI is the bellweather
for that transformation.