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Temperature drop accompanied by a fall in the pulse rate.
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It was undignified but it was an expression of the true crisis being experienced by the Jewish state, in its relations not only with Ankara, but also with Europe, where the accusation of anti-Semitism has a smaller impact today on public opinion, after the massacres committed and being committed by the Israeli "Defense Forces." It is also an expression of the seriousness of the strategic loss if Turkey continues its new priorities in restoring relations with the surrounding Arab and Muslim worlds.
Recently, this subject has been renewed with more graveness, backed with tangible evidence that is signaling a true crisis among Lebanon's newspapers, even if it is still an "underground" concern.
The report concludes, "The true crisis is that American schoolchildren are deeply divided across race/ethnicity and family income level ...
"As a nation, while we are starting to see progress in battling the true crisis of child health we need to remain conscious and vigilant," says Scan Seitzinger, senior vice president at the Information Resources Inc.
The very first time we are faced with a true crisis within the EU, the whole federal driven project is shown to be fundamentally flawed.
Also lost in the flood of campaign promises is the housing bubble's true crisis, which barely anyone in Washington cares to mention.
This a true crisis. Of course, there have always been problem people, who have had to be carried by the rest of us.
As her analysis of individual transactions reveals, the true crisis caused by the collapse of tulip prices in February 1637 was not, in fact, a financial one, but rather one of honor.
The nursing profession is confronting a true crisis around supply and demand.
In the eyes of conservative Catholics, the true crisis of the Civil War concerned American Protestants' tragic refusal to accept the benevolent authority of the Roman Catholic Church--an institution that would have kept them united in spite of their regional and racial differences while guiding them in the proper interpretation of Scripture.
"If there is a true crisis in American higher education today, it is a crisis of purpose" (Lucas, 1996, p.
"The true crisis is in the fact that coffee prices are so unstable, and that producers can't plan for the future," argues Stephen Greene, a spokesperson for Oxfam America, which recently released a report calling on the U.S.