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n peripheral condition involved at the inception of the illness. See also precipitating factor, biopathography, etiology, and pathogenesis.
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PixelMEDIA rose to the occasion, developing an interactive 30-minute Flash presentation that capitalized on Juniper's engaging ad campaign.
Our team quickly rose to the occasion and demonstrated why GMAC Global Relocation Services is known as the industry's leading provider of customer service for relocating employees domestically or globally.
We knew we were coming back, that's all we were thinking,'' said Crespi two-way starter Josh Morgan, who had a team-high 50 yards rushing and delivered some of the biggest hits as part of a Crespi defense that rose to the occasion in the second half.
Strauss continued, "Furthermore, I am proud of our team which rose to the occasion by proactively managing a 40% year-over-year increase in our consumer floral orders while overcoming the transportation challenges that accompanied recent winter storms.
They were joined by 104 members of the Pacific Chorale, which similarly rose to the occasion and provided further lushness.
I want to express my gratitude for the support of our customers during this period and must especially recognize the loyalty and hard work of our employees, who rose to the occasion not only in continuing to keep the business running effectively, but also in supporting the substantial work required in a restructuring of this magnitude.
Butler, meanwhile, has played his best during the Lakers' slide and rose to the occasion again with Bryant out and Lamar Odom on the injured list, though it was to no avail in the end.
Once again Cadwalader's Capital Markets and Real Estate Finance teams more than rose to the occasion, securing our position as the preeminent securitization firm in the industry," stated Robert O.
Welser-Most elevated this bonbon above pure froth by imbuing it with a certain world-weary ache, and the orchestra rose to the occasion, playing with high gloss and essential unanimity of purpose.
Our people rose to the occasion by thinking creatively, reducing costs, taking on additional responsibilities and illustrating the true meaning of 'teamwork.
He rose to the occasion right there, bearing down, emptying out the gas tank,'' Salmon said.