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Broadcasters agree that the tectonic shift to online has begun, but believe that until data costs and af- fordability issues are sorted out, traditional trans- mission will continue to play a key role in attracting audiences.
All other tanks were compared to the T-54 using criteria such as armor, armaments, rate of fire, radius of action, chemical, biological, and radiological survivability, height, weight, fordability, communications, accuracy, cross-country mobility, rounds on board, and the like.
With Peru's consumer electronics market highly dependent on imported devices, nuevo sol depreciation was a drag on demand growth, and we expect there to be further pressure on af fordability in 2016.
In the examination of af- af fordability, house prices were measured with regional average earnings for those aged between 22 and 39.
Celebrities and wealthy businessmen often hire investigators to help them in divorce cases but an increase in the availability and af-f fordability of firms in the city has led to an increase in people hiring them in Coventry and Warwickshire.
The plans have not been called in for a decision, but the Government is seeking extra information on dwelling sizes, type of housing and af fordability."
Both have exceptional cross-country capability (330 mm ground clearance, 700 mm fordability and gradability of 100% in the case of the 4 x 4 and 80% in the case of the 6 x 6) and have a maximum road speed of 100 km/h.