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|Unfortunately, simply measuring blood levels of estrogen or progesterone is not |
really useful for determining your menopausal status because the levels in the
blood fluctuate widely and wildly. There is also a question about just how
|... numerous factors affecting international finance and trade, and the rates |
fluctuate more or less regularly between the two points. ... the courses of
exchange are no longer restricted by the "gold points," but fluctuate widely, and at
|The result of this narrow restriction of holding is to exaggerate the effect of any |
market rumor, and to cause the price of the stock to fluctuate widely and wildly on
small sales. The price of Standard Oil stock, for example, during 1901, advanced
|But the supply of corn fluctuated widely according to the harvest, while the |
demand was inelastic; prices therefore fluctuated widely and indeed wildly. When
the price rose considerably, everybody except the producer and the landowner
complained bitterly against the whole landed interest. On the other hand the
production of cotton did not fluctuate widely and the demand was elastic. Any
farmer who ...
|Both mullet and sardine were capricious species, which - together with the |
weather conditions - caused the catches to fluctuate widely. With most of the ...
fluctuated wildly - both from year to year and from one season to the next. This
|8. Industry will be largely speculative with spurts of prosperity followed by spasms |
of depression. The prices of stocks will, consequently, fluctuate widely and wildly.
9. Because actual wages and salaries will decline, as the cost of living rises, ...
|... to say what percentage of the cash Freddie had at risk would be represented |
by the $5,000 return elucidated in the previous paragraph, simply because when
one short sells commodities the cash—at-risk can fluctuate widely and wildly.
|They fluctuate widely and wildly while the big-time landlord's hold firm. If rents |
sag, for example, you will have to slash yours sooner and more drastically than
the proprietor of the 100-unit apartment house down the street will. Price and rent
|The result is that party membership numbers fluctuate widely from low points in |
inter-election years through increases in ... However these numbers suggests its
composition fluctuates wildly, by well over 100 per cent in this short period.
|In the past the call rate has sometimes fluctuated wildly, but it is probable that the |
new Federal Bank system will ... The money rate is only one of these factors, and
in cases where the profits of the business fluctuate widely it is likely to be a ...