All the voters were anxious to hear the election result.
As a result of the lawsuit, the schooladopted a colorblind admissions policy.
Kathleen Reardon, 25, a production coordinator for Jones ApparelGroup, said she noticed that WallStreetmenseemedmorestressed as a result of the economy but she neverfound them lessdateable.
a deliberate opinion; a deliberatemeasure or result
The result is not an image of the naturalworld in a tapestry but a depiction of nature as a tapestry: a splendid, impenetrable, depthlessscreen of shivering pixels.
In Americaalone, peoplespent $170 billion on “direct marketing”—junk mail of both the physical and electronic varieties—last year. Yet of those who receivedunsolicitedadverts through the post, only 3% boughtanything as a result.
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The clearestlesson is that the F.D.A. needs the power to demandadequate postmarketing studies and the resources to analyze the results.
This production, which takes all the focus I can muster in my precaffeinated haze, results in abouttwoounces of good, strongcoffee.
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She demanded that an unbiased election commission be appointed, and accused the government of downrightrobbery, saying that it planned to rig the results by transferringthousands of prestamped ballots to stuffballot boxes in the provinces.
The results of the fieldsurveylookrandom by several different measures.
He was rapt with his examresults.
The satisfactoryresults of the surveyled to his promotion.
But Irelanddug out a gutsy response and appliedpressure which resulted in number eight Heaslip divingover in the corner to revivehomehopes.
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In England and Wales, this has resulted in significant regional variations (Table 3.4) with the Anglian regionreturning the highest proportions of embanked and resectionedriverchannels.
"The upcasing of the string 'foo' to be all upper caselettersresulted in 'FOO'."
Hisvainnessresulted in hisperpetualmirrorstaring.
The ravages of wardecimated the country: death, destruction and pestilenceresulted from the bombings.
The Armistice meetingsheld at Panmunjom from 1951 to 1953 resulted in the cessation of hostilities in the peninsula.
This optimized P145-ST reaction was appliedsuccessfully for α(2,6)-sialylation of asialofetuin, and this resulted in a largeincrease in the populations of multi-sialylated N-glycanscompared with the reaction without addition of AP and CMP-Neu5Ac.
For metal dopants, the surfactant can be removed by calcining the greenbody, resulting in an anchored metal silicate.
The proposed liberation of our largelyundevelopedeconomygoes too far — the resultingforeign dominance of our markets would makeus a heterarchy.
Like almost everyone else in her world, Aya recordseverything she does with the help of a semi-sentient hovercam (a sort of floating soccer ball that's a cross between R2D2 and Weegee), using the resultingfootage to boost her facerank.
While the resultingiceballsmake a dramaticvisualstatement, their size and shape also serve a functionalpurpose, chilling the cocktail with little meltage.
The building's architectfailed to account fornatural lightavailability and specifiedmorelightingfixtures than needed, resulting in over-illumination and leading to increasedheadache incidence for some building occupants.
Pressurebuiltbeneath the plug in the caldera, eventuallyresulting in a catastrophic explosion of pyroclastic shrapnel and ash.
Anotherobjective of refactorization is to factoroutrepeatedcodingpatterns into new abstractions and thus avoid their repetition resulting in lesscode to maintain.