In mean terms
, the average pay package was PS4.7m, down 16% on last year.
In fact, there has been stagnant growth per capita in the past two decades, contributed in no mean terms
by the lagging growth in rural Sindh and the higher population growth due, among other things, to the flow of migrants from other provinces and the law and order situation.
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It told us, in no mean terms
, about the marvels of nature and the limitless universe.
To my surprise I was nearly "jumped on" by someone who told me in no mean terms
that I wasn't allowed to walk around the reservoir and if I did, I was liable to prosecution.
I don't mean terms
like paradigm shift, total quality management or lean.
Spink, Jansen, Wolfram, and Saracevic (2002) reported the mean terms
per query had increased slightly to 2.6 by 2001.
The role of causal principles is also considered in the contributions of later thinkers: the mathematical ones in Iamblichus; those in Proclus (The Elements) such as the Law of Mean Terms
, the greater nature of a productive cause vis-a-vis its effect, the need for a single primary efficient cause, and the restriction of causal efficacy to immaterial powers; in Philoponus, the rejection of the heavenly-earthly matter distinction and new ideas about moving bodies and projectile motion; and finally, paradigmatic causes in Simplicius.
And manager Frank Burrows spelled out that warning in no mean terms
as he kept his players locked in the dressing room for well over half-an-hour afterwards.
The arrangement with Husky and Gulf will mean terms
of the final agreement will be met.