He follers her about, he makes hisself a sort o' servant to her, he loses in a great measure his relish for his wittles, and in the long-run
he makes it clear to me wot's amiss.
Chil is good friends with everybody, but he is a cold-blooded kind of creature at heart, because he knows that almost everybody in the Jungle comes to him in the long-run
Traffic is what they put for'ard; but it's to do harm to the land and the poor man in the long-run
Those individual flowers which had the largest glands or nectaries, and which excreted most nectar, would be oftenest visited by insects, and would be oftenest crossed; and so in the long-run
would gain the upper hand.
In several exciting papers, Bansal and his coauthors propose a way to explain some of those asset pricing puzzles by (i) specifying the inter-temporal structure of risks to put long-run
risks into consumption and assets' cash flows and (ii) altering preferences to make the representative consumer care more about those long-run
Long runs: Marathon training truly begins when long-run
mileage reaches double figures.
Responsible forestry is not the function of public forest harvesting licensees any more than long-run
vehicle maintenance is the responsibility of someone renting a new car at the airport for a week's business visit to Vancouver.
However, the same report from CALSTRS that provided that figure showed that over the long-run
the state would save money under the Schwarzenegger-Richman plan.
Thus the planner can see several of the long-run
alternatives before committing to the best short run choice.
These investments should lead to greater operating efficiencies at the Reserve Banks and result in long-run
One of the big things that rove the stock market up in the early '90s was the expectation that long-run
growth in the economy would be better.
Census of Housing, and response coefficients from housing economics literature, illustrative estimates are presented of the short-run and long-run
impact of reducing naval housing.