While there was no consistent relationship between geographic region and compensation, companies in the Northeast tended
to pay the most.
Among the developments helping to explain the weakness in money and the rise in velocity were a variety of business and balance sheet pressures that tended
to reduce total borrowing and channel credit flows away from depository institutions, thereby lessening the need of those institutions to increase their monetary liabilities.
Animals that paced for large portions of the observation period tended
to belong to large, wide-ranging species.
Factors that tended
to make people dissatisfied with their jobs included their co-workers, their boss, job security, and lack of opportunities to learn and grow.
Certainly an elaboration of the not yet adequately investigated view that the religious affiliations of the Ponentini (Iberians of New Christian origin who reverted to Judaism) sometimes tended
to be secondary to their business interest would shed light on a key issue.
Commodity prices had tended
to fluctuate in a narrow range and appeared consistent with progress toward price stability.
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.
Right-wing Spanish nationalist historiography in its heyday from the late nineteenth through the mid-twentieth century tended
to apply the tourist slogan "Spain is different" to the history of the peninsula in the areas of interpretation and periodization.
It may strike many as odd that when Jean-Claude Margolin wishes to describe Erasmus as the "preceptor of Europe," one of the examples he gives of Erasmian influence centers around the Jesuits, who tended
to regard Erasmus as the enemy of all piety.
The federal funds rate remained near 5 3/4 percent, while adjustment plus seasonal borrowing tended
to average a little above assumed levels because of somewhat greater usage of adjustment credit.
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.
Here he shows that the lower middle class tended
to perpetuate the traditional artisan household, which included members of only the nuclear family plus unrelated journeymen and apprentices, while the upper middle class household often contained an extended family, members of which were involved in the family business, while mere employees of the business were excluded.