However, the year-over-year (YoY) growth rates are slowing down (compared to 3 years ago) due to market maturity, and the fact that Ethernet services are not as ubiquitously
available as T1/T3 circuits.
Lithium is a key component of rechargeable batteries used nearly ubiquitously
in mobile gadgets such as laptops, tablet computers, phones, and in many electric vehicles.
This idiotic piece of political folly was pushed through Parliament by the then Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, the ubiquitously
juvenile Ed Miliband, and commits Britain to cut CO2 emissions from fossil fuel by a staggeringly unattainable 80% with total reliance on nuclear generated electricity.
Despite the deployment of police ubiquitously
around the city, the rout of president was changed and President Mamnoon reached the city by Helicopter after landing into Faisalabad Airport.
This two-volume set is the first in the publisher's new series, "Handbooks in Economics," devoted to publication of authoritative references focused on particular branches of economics, in this case, CGE modeling, which is a tool used ubiquitously
for policy analysis and development.
Specifically, men with haplogroup I were shown to have decreased expression of 2 genes: the ubiquitously
transcribed tetratricopeptide repeat, Y-linked gene (UTY) and protein kinase, Y-linked, pseudogene (PRKY) in macrophages.
Taurine (2-aminoethanesulfonic acid) is a free amino acid found ubiquitously
in millimolar concentrations in all mammalian tissues.
The conductor Alexander Shelley adopted a somewhat laconic approach, despite the enthusiasm of roaring horns and deafening timpani, beside which the climax of ubiquitously
popular Nimrod seemed strangely levelled and slightly anaemic.
This survey shows the undeniable versatility of the smartphone, used almost ubiquitously
in any given situation; even in locations like the lounge room where entertainment screens compete simultaneously for eyeballs," said Didier Mormesse, the senior vice president for research at CNN International.
Participants for the program, officially known as the E-Rate Deployed Ubiquitously
Wireless Pilot Program, were chosen based on how innovative and comprehensive their mobile plans were.
In some ways, they're simply more of what is almost ubiquitously
seen in the modern metalcore and deathcore scene.
THE WESTERN WORLD HAS GONE BOLLYWOOD America's ubiquitously
beige homes are suddenly dripping in jewel tones.