But it is very unfortunate that they should keep repeating which doesn't augur well
for our bilateral relations," he added.
While the recently implemented long-term care insurance program for federal employees will certainly send a message to the American public about one's personal responsibility to plan for long-term care needs, the short-term implications do not augur well
for immediate relief.
It also suggests to this workstation that "the aging of populations" may indeed augur well
for the craft of proof-reading; Bill Penn writes from the other side of 80.
Although the youngsters are not yet old enough to play in a competitive league, last term they tackled teams from a similar age group and their results were impressive and augur well
for the years to come.
The findings augur well
for the future of continuous-wear contacts, he says.
He believes that the idea of wholism, which he attributes to Afrocentricity, would augur well
for a wholistic interpretation of international politics.
Meanwhile, the supply-and-demand economics created by utility deregulation augur well
for coal: As the price for electricity goes down and commercial and residential customers increase their usage as a result, utilities should buy more coal - 30 percent more, by Vyas' reckoning.
Product innovation, strategic partnerships with retailers and opportunistic acquisition also augur well
The trends augur well
for the economy of lower Manhattan, Colliers concludes, as all the new activity rids the market of old, vacant commercial space.