mean term

mean term

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The mean term ratings of the subscales were 3.56 (appreciation of life), 3.26 (relating to others), 2.84 (personal strength), 2.46 (spiritual change), and 2.27 (new possibilities), by descending order.
Apparently as a carrot for reluctant lawmakers, the House leadership has also unabashedly dangled the assurance that 'no-el' or no elections in May will mean term extensions for all elective officials.
Mean term birth weights have risen in the United States during the past several decades.
The new cargo terminal is also expected to create more jobs in the mean term."
Credits provided by the bank rose 22.5% in the mean term and reached 4.8 billion TL, while the equities of the bank reached 1.3 billion TL as of the end of 2010.
This 25 percentage point difference between retrospective approval and contemporary (mean term) approval is the largest among former recent presidents.
The price of 100 kilos of nutmeat averaged 604 USD in the Turkish market in the mean term.
He said the recovery in global trade was expected to continue in the mean term and this would have a positive impact on Turkish exports.
A total of 273,000 mobile phones were sold in the mean term, revealed a sector survey, conducted by GFK Turkey, a subsidiary of the GFK Group which is one of the largest market research countries in the world.
Net tourism revenues in the mean term, dropped 7.9% year-on-year down to $14.182 billion.
Turkish economy grew at 8.9% year-on-year in the three quarters (Q1+Q2+Q3) of 2010, as the GDP in the mean term reached 808.192 billion TL ($531.979 billion).
De-seasonalised year-on-year rise in GDP in the mean term in constant prices was 6.4%.