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2015-02-01 23:01:18

As employee wages and overhead costs rise, EAP suppliers have increased prices to maintain their profit margins over the past three years.

2015-02-01 23:00:39

Tough conditions are expected to reverse in the next five years as disposable income will increase quickly, leading to further increases in demand from retailers such as supermarkets, grocery

2015-02-01 23:00:33

The industry has continued to expand over the past five years, offering different lifestyle accommodation options and aged-care services.

2015-02-01 23:00:15

Industry associations will need to work closely with city governments and other restaurateurs to resolve these issues if food trucks are to play a larger role in the food-service sector.

2015-01-31 23:03:44

The cellular telephone services market has a buyer power score of 4.4, indicating a high degree of negotiation power for buyers as a result of falling price trends and low market risk; however,

2015-01-30 23:05:32

A tough trading environment has affected industry profit, with strong price-based competition putting downward pressure on margins.

2015-01-30 23:03:31

Declining consumption of high fructose corn syrup has led to a contraction in both production and sales of the ingredient.

2015-01-29 23:04:40

The Wig and Hairpiece Manufacturing industry has grown over the past five years, but experienced volatile conditions.

2015-01-28 23:10:58

Switchgear systems have a buyer power score of 2.6 out of 5, which indicates moderate negotiation leverage for buyers due to a combination of positive and negative factors, including low-cost

2015-01-27 23:10:33

Higher corporate profit and a growing number of businesses have increased demand, and volatile raw material costs have pushed locker prices up, but high competition between suppliers has kept


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dwale
  • The deadly nightshade, Atropa Belladonna, which possesses stupefying or poisonous properties.
  • A sleeping-potion; a soporific.
  • To mutter deliriously.
The word 'dwale' comes from an Old English word meaning 'error, doubt, delusion.'
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