The potential for loss from owning stocks is greater when the market is undergoing atypically
wide gyrations like those during fourth-quarter 2008, when the market's volatility index reached its all-time high.
TOR is ah atypically
multidrug resistance protein that was originally discovered by its ability, when present in high levels, to render Leishmania resistant to toxic nucleosides.
Surveillance for new-onset cardiovascular disease is challenging because the disease often presents atypically
Operating margins are perennially weak, though not atypically
so, for a human service provider.
These patterns, or archetypes, each represent companies with atypically
high investment emphasis on one of the following IT resources: People, Vendors, or Technology.
sublime first-half strike and a coolly-taken penalty two minutes from time took Ronaldo's goal tally this season to a remarkable 16 in 16 games this season.
River flow and the volume of water in the fish kill area were atypically
low," the report said, noting that river flow was the sole factor controlled by humans.
Kondo bid with atypically
open confidence, jumping ahead of the auctioneer more than once as if the price was not rising rapidly enough for him.
Fabulous Flournoy, perhaps feeling the pressure in the face of trademark Plymouth defence, became involved in a verbal joust with the officials and as Newcastle's figurehead momentarily lost his cool the men in black resorted to a spell of atypically
Analysis: This category is atypically
thin, meaning that Foxx, this year's ``Why is he in this category?
British defeat for Julie Pullin and two un-British victories for her compatriots Lucie Ahl and Lorna Woodroffe turned domestic fortunes around encouragingly in the DFS Classic at Edgbaston Priory yesterday.
Chancroid can be very difficult to differentiate visually from herpes or syphilis because many lesions present atypically
Misdiagnosis is common, and H.