Companies that are publicly traded and REITs tended
to pay the highest levels of compensation to their employees.
There was steady renovation and incorporation of new elites, but the latter tended
to come particularly from the middle and lower ranks of the aristocracy of northern Spain (and notably Navarre and the Basque Country), and was rapidly and fairly completely absorbed into the traditional elite culture and its functional mores.
Other members tended
to discount to an extent the sluggish behavior of the broader aggregates.
And although Erasmus himself tended
to limit his human interactions to an intellectual elite, he was not above writing about such as those which found their way into the Adagia and the Colloquia, two works which Margolin sees as being particularly influential in subsequent popular literature.
Nonetheless, the recent pickup in new orders for business equipment and a more mixed pattern in nonresidential building contract awards and permits were promising developments that tended
to reduce earlier concerns about a possible cumulative weakening in business investment.
Researchers have tended
to study the role of a single food or nutrient because it's easier to do, notes nutritionist Marion Nestle of New York University.
Until about five years ago, scientists studying aggression tended
to include only direct physical or verbal efforts to injure another person.
Broad measures of prices and wages pointed to moderating inflation pressures, although a number of special factors tended
to obscure underlying inflation trends.
Lawsuits filed in 2005 also tended
to allege misrepresentations in financial reporting and false forward-looking statements more frequently than in the past.
About eight weeks later, after a meeting between groups including the residents, the mayor's office, the Department of Water and Power and the Street Maintenance Bureau, the water was restored, Hawley Smith said, but not before the carefully tended
landscaping had shriveled.
In a follow-up study published in the July 1995 Psychological Review, Kareev reported that groups of college students tended
to overestimate the extent to which positive correlations occurred in experimentally controlled samples of information.
Adjustment plus seasonal borrowing tended
to run at appreciably higher levels than expected over the intermeeting period; this seemed to reflect in part a greater willingness of banks to seek discount-window credit when conditions tightened in the federal funds market.