He said that all the consumers have equal rights and new democratic government is determined to minimize the load shedding at tolerable
The central bank of Saudi Arabia has said that inflation was within tolerable
limits, according to Reuters.
Terms and the Freedom to Bargain
l A region where risks are tolerable
provided it can be demonstrated that risks have been reduced to as low as reasonably practicable
Unfortunately, the least tolerable
topical retinoid is the most effective, and the most tolerable
is the least effective.
Readers will gain a memorable glimpse into the lives of a variety of workers at this time and come away with a new appreciation of the precarious hold most of these laborers had on a tolerable
While running is of course ideal, any tolerable
aerobic work can be useful.
Taking more than 40 mg--that's the Upper Tolerable
Intake Level--may lower HDL ("good") cholesterol and impair the immune system.
Skill and virtuosity, forgotten values related to traditional ideas about painting, here serve to further a critique of the society of the spectacle, which, unscrupulously, makes even unbearable suffering tolerable
for the beholder.
Today, in our sentimental idealistic anti-zoo culture, the confined animal cages of the past seem barbaric, but the telling point is made that such accommodation was once regarded as tolerable
as it reflected contemporary human experience.
Thomas Toch made some important points in his November article, "Bush's Big Test," but he missed the most important point of about 100 years of futile attempts to make the current K-12 governance and funding process produce even tolerable
education outcomes, much less movement towards excellence.
That doesn't make them any easier, just more tolerable