In summary, the current pile underpinning
technology mostly relies on construction experience, but the theoretical and experimental studies are relatively few.
"No two Foundation underpinning
projects are the same, and there is no one-size-fits-all approach.
The average maturity of Peru's government debt, currently 12.7 years, is likely to remain high, underpinning
the sovereign's relatively low financing needs which Moody's forecasts will average 1% of GDP over the next three years.
Culture Secretary Maria Miller has said that it was "absolutely clear there is no statutory underpinning
for the approach we are taking".
Leveson rightly highlighted cannot be used to tar all newspapers." Have a great one and all, you are very appreciated by the community serve.Bernie Hunt, Kensington " The inference of these two statements is that legislative underpinning
of the new Independent Press Regulator will affect the freedom of the press, especially the majority of quality national and local newspapers with corresponding high journalistic standards.
This set of three DVDs takes a serious look at rhythm and pulse as the underpinning
for musical expression.
1 (CON1)--issued by the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) in 1978--that forms the underpinning
for FASB's Conceptual Framework (CF), reads: "Financial reporting is not an end in itself, but is intended to provide information that is useful in making business and economic decisions."
They also investigate the assumptions underpinning
the regulation of sex and sexual relationships within contemporary British society.
In order for us to decide where we fall on the spectrum of solutions, we first need to understand the underpinning
issues affecting this debate.
In concluding, Stevenson argues that, regardless of their divergent concerns and theoretical and methodological tools, urban theorists share a common fascination with the city and a concern to investigate the nature of the urban condition, the complex tapestry of the city, its constituent cultures and their underpinning
It is also viewed as underpinning
an effective European single market, with the Commission stressing: "Contract law underpins all internal market transactions in Europe".
Yet the causes of war as opposed to the motivations, justifications, and conceptions underpinning
the question of "why they fought," can frequently be two different things.