uncomfortable level

uncomfortable level

the intensity of sound that causes discomfort.

un·com·fort·a·ble le·vel

(ŭn-kŭm'fŏr-tă-bĕl lev'ĕl)
Any intensity of sound that causes discomfort.
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Your investment plan should strike a balance with enough growth to reach your goals and fight inflation, without being exposed to an uncomfortable level of loss or volatility.
But 90% is quite an uncomfortable level to be at for the public finances.
amp;nbsp; The troubling aspect was not just that it underwhelmed expectations, but that it comes at a time when inflation is rising to an uncomfortable level.
It has definitely increased a lot more, but it's never been on any uncomfortable level so it's fine," he says.
Whatever may be the factor that triggers inflation if the overall inflation remains at the level, which is well above five percent, then it is an uncomfortable level.
INFLATION has reached an uncomfortable level and some action is needed from the Reserve Bank of India ( RBI) to contain demand- led spiral in inflation, said C.
But Robin Romm's latest book, a memoir of the last three weeks of her mother's life, ratchets that familiarity up to a new and sometimes uncomfortable level, plumbing not only the depths of her mother's illness but also the raw, not always admirable reactions of the people around Eugene attorney Jacquelyn "Jackie" Romm, who died of breast cancer on Nov.
The business combination of Indorama and La Seda will create a world class company in this otherwise fragmented industry where the cost of petrochemical feedstock has eroded the margins to an uncomfortable level, and only with differentiation, scale and efficiency will companies be able deliver an adequate return on capital.
Over the last 10 years, fuel prices have been ramped up slowly but it has now got to an uncomfortable level and is threatening the viability of the sector.
The bank will be concerned that continued strength in the economy will leave core inflation at an uncomfortable level.
We may not be in a crisis yet, but there is enough evidence to suggest a crisis may not be far off, when the dependence on foreign suppliers for critical manufacturing technologies may reach an uncomfortable level.
When the fluid builds up to a very uncomfortable level, it can be removed by abdominocentesis, or draining the fluid through a needle.