"The observed shift in phone use is concerning because studies consistently link manipulating
a cellphone while driving to increased crash risk."
This crackdown on manipulating
exchange rates could send litigation costs for financial institutions even higher.
The determination came after Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner said during his Senate confirmation hearing in January that President Barack Obama believes China is manipulating
By creating and manipulating
the American 'empire', European Union, African Union, United Nations, the World Trade Organisation, the multilateral agreement on investment, the International Monetary Fund, the G/7, G/8 Summits, as well as individual governments, the Illuminati have manipulated their bloodline 'insiders' in to all the major positions of power in government, banking, media, business, religion, and military in every key country on earth.
The solution is partnerships--not an inward-looking solution where market share is held by manipulating
trade policy, but a solution where China reaches out to the world community.
the time, volume, and difficulty can establish a balance between the ROA and higher standards that best serves the interests of the organization.
"We see the video as an insidious means by which the organization is manipulating
and potentially brainwashing kids," a spokesman for Dobson said.
Nanotechnology works from the bottom up, manipulating
molecules and atoms to achieve precise and novel effects, improving existing materials.
trading partner is manipulating
its currency to gain an unfair trade advantage.
Today's students are adept at manipulating
digital media of all types, and it's not an unreasonable leap to imagine students extracting the chunks of audio, video, and graphics that are most relevant to their interests or needs in order to develop an understanding of the requisite course concepts.
But 360 million years later humans are directly manipulating
fish genomes: rekindling a very ancient kinship and forever altering our ecological and cultural paths.
A laser apparatus, called OT (optical tweezers) , provides the user with a noncontact method for manipulating
objects that can be applied to viruses, bacteria, living cells and synthetic micro and nanoscale particles.