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Interestingly, several respondents indicated that not eating pork was one of the five main religious duties of Islam.
Interestingly, Sansarian here is pointing to something that, I think, can be very useful in understanding the distinctiveness of Iran's post-revolutionary politics in general.
Interestingly, since 1994 the number of assisted-living facilities has increased from 3,800 to 7,500, according to the trade group American Seniors Housing Association (ASHA).
along with some NATO allies and, interestingly, the Croatians themselves, have devoted substantial resources to the professionalization of the Croatian military since 1995.
Interestingly, when the surgeon pushed the polyp down to the subglottic space to look for its origin, he discovered another vegetative lesion on the upper surface of the left vocal fold (figure 2).
With membership down slightly (which Muntz interestingly attributes to the good economy), he says his goals are to "dig deeper into the larger companies," get the big publishers more involved.
Interestingly, the revenue-raising provision includes what would normally be considered a taxpayer-favored provision enhancing a taxpayer's ability to make a rollover from a traditional IRA to a Roth IRA in future years.
Interestingly, one potential benefit of today's move toward managed care may be that facilities will become more focused on true cost-effectiveness, as opposed to simply minimizing expenses.
Interestingly, on April 2, due to a discovered technical error, EPA lowered by 5000 its estimate of the number of "premature deaths" that would be prevented by the tighter air quality standards.
Observation: Interestingly, the paper does not address amortization of capitalized costs.
Interestingly, the significance of the differences between accounting numbers and cash flows does tend to dissipate over time.
Interestingly, however, the study also yielded some surprises, particularly as it relates to two other important variables, namely: new vs.