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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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Although FDA's regulatory monitoring program has typically shown that imported produce violates pesticide residue tolerance limits more frequently than domestically grown produce, the data do not answer the question of whether there are differences in health risks for imported and domestically grown produce.
Value added within the firm accounts for less than one-half of the value of output for both affiliates and domestically owned firms, but the value-added share for affiliates is somewhat smaller than the share for the domestically owned firms.
Unveiling of the first gas turbine has been made domestically, signing memorandum of understanding between NISOC, association of Khozestan province manufacturers of oil, gas and petrochemical equipments and holding expertise sessions on supporting domestically manufacturing are among the other programs of the exhibition.
But Becerra countered that, with unemployment rising, ``any incentive that we can provide to industries to help them produce domestically would be great.
By capitalizing on Evergreen's successful Retail, High Net Worth and Institutional distribution platforms, I am confident we will identify opportunities, both domestically and abroad, that will help create additional momentum and grow the business.
The explosive growth of DVD continued to improve the fortunes of MGM's home-entertainment division as DVD shipments increased during the third quarter by 18 percent domestically and 20 percent worldwide.
Hooker will continue to evaluate domestic production schedules and capacity in light of demand for domestically manufactured products, Toms said, adding, "As a result of the Roanoke plant closing, the Martinsville facility should return to near capacity by year end, improving operating efficiency.
When ``Apollo 13'' was released by Universal Pictures in its original format, it grossed $172 million domestically and was nominated for nine Academy Awards including best picture.
The clearest example came last year when ``Titanic'' grossed a record-setting $600 million domestically and then took in a stunning $1.
THE GRUDGE, starring Sarah Michelle Gellar, grossed $110 million domestically.
Bucksbaum said the studio took advantage of Sandler's drawing power from ``The Wedding Singer,'' which grossed $80 million domestically, and the popularity of comedies such as ``Rush Hour'' and ``There's Something About Mary.