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Informal (esp in police use) an incident of violence in the home, esp between a man and a woman
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In our six domestic markets which have been operational since the beginning of the fiscal year, approximately 80 percent of the gross margin derived from increased revenues flowed directly to operating income," Mr.
Michael Daley, president, said that the increase in revenues for the third quarter is a continuation of the trends established during the current fiscal year of strong growth in unit sales in most of the company's domestic markets.
We enter our second quarter with revenues from our domestic markets continuing to increase.
Development must be reoriented around the domestic market as the main stimulus of development," Walden Bello, co-author of Dragons in Distress: Asia's Miracle Economies in Crisis, wrote in the January 12 issue of The Nation.
The American experience," he writes, "is the clearest example of the influence of large and growing markets on economic development" The book's strongest suit is a recounting of 19th and early 20th century economic history that reminds us that America's economic success is unimaginable without a vast and open domestic market that spurred business to develop new forms of production and distribution.
equity markets over the past eight years has many investors hesitant to leave the domestic market, hoping there is still more to come.
The final point on the market side is that we have relied on the domestic markets for consuming our supply and, for the longest time, the end markets have dictated how that supply is going to go to them.
I will not be surprised when many exporters who call themselves as exporters will be focusing on domestic markets rather than international market.
It ranks highly in its two core activities: Retail Banking & Services (comprised of Domestic Markets and International Financial Services) and Corporate & Institutional Banking.
Exporters now feel that the domestic market has a great potential and if explored properly they can sail through the economic meltdown and maintain their profits.
Many have written off the Japanese because of their overnight disappearance from our domestic market, but I believe they will indeed solve their capital adequacy problems in the coming months and will return very selectively and very quietly by the spring of 1992," proclaimed Tai.

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