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He added that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is occupying a prominent status in terms of crude oil reserves and exports and that this situation will not alter in the seeable future as the world will continue to depend on crude oil for several coming decades.
There is, however, the fact that assessing and measuring audit quality is difficult because the result of audit quality is not directly and immediately seeable (Wooten, 2003).
In other words, while formally and conceptually grounded, Crepieux's approach is romantic, seeking beauty in the inevitable discrepancy between the seeable and the seen.
The only seeable perk of this 'everyday is a fresh new day' situation is that unlike reality, hindsight is actually on Cage's side.
Humans, with this antithetical approach to life, stick themselves to one side of the coin and completely ignore the other which is less in sight or not seeable to them.
If the legal system seeks to ensure efficient incentives for doctors to take reasonable precautions, it must determine whether their behavior is negligent by reference to the time it occurred, as well as impose liability, when a doctor is found to be negligent, for all harms resulting from the fore seeable risks that could have been avoided had he behaved reasonably, again by reference to the time of the behavior.
With many palaces, thanks to prelates and princes, Portugal is a centre of delights, spiritual and seeable.
110) The Second Circuit held that this punishment was constitutionally acceptable under Tinker because it was reasonably fore seeable that her speech would reach the school.
It has been well documented that the scurrilous shenanigans of the greed-driven high-flyers of the finance industry and its pernicious, systematic cor- ruption caused the crash of 2008, the result of which, to- gether with crippling nation- al debt in almost all the so- called first world countries, has left austerity as our per- manent sour diet for the fore- seeable future.
Adaptive learning can require some "getting used to," but this new kid on the technology learning curve is here to stay for the seeable future.
He also said that such issue was not discussed, even with the competent authorities, and that Kingdom of Bahrain does not need to open such an office in the foreseeable future or either the far seeable future.
As to display panel technology evolutions, DisplaySearch's vice president David Hsieh also emphasized that an increasingly seeable shifter to IGZO TFT (indium-gallium- zinc-oxide thin-film transistor) in LCD panel manufacturing for higher electron mobility is expected to inaugurate a trend in the industry in the future, despite makers engaged in the field still striving hard to improve yield rates for the moment.