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However, as of 2011 adoption of the new terms has been slow and usage has been limited in the marketplace and in the press, with notable exceptions such as Linux operating systems, several textbooks and scientific research papers.
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However and 2011
However, the number of children attending bilingual classes has risen 27 % between 2006 and 2011 to 14, 129.
The Anthropology Library is especially large, with 120, 000 volumes However, the Paul Hamlyn Library, which had become the central reference library of the British Museum and the only library there freely open to the general public, closed permanently in August 2011.
However, following a further independent review on the future structure of the British Army-18 July 2011 " Future Reserves 2020-The Independent Commission to review the United Kingdom's Reserve Forces "-it was announced that the Regular Army will be reduced to a trained strength of 82, 000 while the Territorial Army will be increased to a trained strength of around 30, 000 personnel.
However, in January 2011, the Spanish government denied a request by the U. S. ambassador to return the painting to the Cassirer family in California, which claims with proof that it was among those illegally taken by Nazis in Germany.
However, in early 2010, the College announced that it would re-introduce loans to its financial aid packages beginning in the 2011 – 2012 school year due to its changed financial situation.
However, it fell on 24 April, just one day before this latest possible date, in 2011 and will not do so again until 2095.
However after the National Referendum that took place on the 5th of May in 2011, the proposition impulsed by the government of Mr. Correa won and now the Judiciary Council change its formation making a constitutional amendment.
However, the club faltered in 2011 with injuries to Josh Johnson and Hanley Ramirez ( shoulder ) after showing promise in the months of April and May.
However, conditions improved following a surge in U. S. troops in 2007-2008, and the war was declared formally over in December 2011, with the U. S. troops leaving the country.
However on February 1, 2010, President Barack Obama proposed cancelling the program in Fiscal Year 2011.
However, the Jamaican dollar has been slipping, despite intervention, resulting in an average exchange rate of J $ 73. 40 per US $ 1. 00 and J136. 2 per € 1. 00 ( February 2011 ).
However, in late 2010 the government announced an economic relief package and following the 2011 Jordanian protests it was decided to reduce the expected three year capital investment plan in the national railway network by 72 percent, partly to fund the relief package.
However, a second 2011 sighting of an Arizona jaguar was reported by a Homeland Security border pilot in June 2011, and conservation researchers sighted two jaguars within 30 miles of the Mexico / U. S. border in 2010.
However, as a result of conservative fiscal policies and a sound financial system, in 2010 the country credit rating improved slightly to BB + and was kept at that level in 2011.
However, as of September 2009, the Internet Movie Database ( IMDb ) lists 2011 as the probable release date.
However, in November 2011, leaders of the US Marine Corps announced they will stay with current M4 Carbines and M16A4s and not adopt an IC competition winner.
However, they all have adopted metric measures to some degree through international trade and standardisation for example, Sierra Leone switched to selling fuel by the litre in May 2011.
However, following signs of liberalization, the US government began the process of improving its links with Burma in 2011.
However, during a 2011 interview with former castmate Ed Asner on the O ' Reilly Factor, Asner stated that Moore " has become much more conservative of late.
However, fifteen years later his views had changed, with Blench ( 2011 ) proposing instead that the noun-classifier system of Central Sudanic, commonly reflected in a tripartite general – singulative – plurative number system, triggered the development or elaboration of the noun-class system of the Atlantic – Congo languages, with tripartite number marking surviving in the Plateau and Gur languages of Niger – Congo, and the lexical similarities being due to loans.
However, the 2011 throwbacks use the current-helmet, meaning the shades of gold on the helmet and jersey do not match.
However, some of Bennett's initiatives, such as the Bank of Canada, which he founded in 1934, remain in place to this day, and the Canadian Wheat Board, remained in place until 2011 when the government of Stephen Harper abolished it.
However and adoption
However, it did not come into general use until Joseph Greenberg ( 1963 ) formally proposed its adoption.
However, despite the fact that he never officially bore the name Octavianus, to save confusing the dead dictator with his heir, historians often refer to the new Caesar — between his adoption and his assumption, in 27 BC, of the name Augustus — as Octavian.
However, the purchase of a Scottish estate by Victoria and Albert, and their adoption of Scottish architectural style, was very influential for the ongoing revival of Highland culture.
However, some of the compromises resulting from the adoption of a design intended for another market hampered the car's acceptance.
However, adoption by the computer industry has not been universal, particularly when communicating in a public context, such as to consumers of computer or computer based products.
However, in January 69, his hopes were dashed by Galba's formal adoption of Lucius Calpurnius Piso Licinianus, whom Galba had previously named a recipient in his will.
However, twin and adoption studies suggest that genetic factors interact with environmental factors for stuttering to occur, and many stutterers have no family history of the disorder.
However, given the couple's separation and then divorce, Bullock continued the adoption of the baby, named Louis Bardo Bullock, as a single parent.
However, a 2004 paper concerning the cyanobacteria does advocate a future adoption of a BioCode and interim steps consisting of reducing the differences between the codes.
However, they were not without their problems and critics, and so were partially abandoned via the international adoption of the Bretton Woods System.
However, since the adoption of the Bologna Process engineering degrees in Portugal were changed from a 5 year license to a 3 year license followed by 2 years for the MSc: Not having the MSc doesn't confer accreditation by the Ordem dos Engenheiros )
However, as the weight of the curve adds 12 dB of gain to the critical midband, making THD + N measurements bigger, manufacturers object to its use and have widely prevented its adoption in American and Asian markets.
However, this law did not permit adoption by same-sex partners ; and as birth within a same-sex marriage did not imply affiliation, the same-sex spouse of the biological parent had no way to become the legal parent.
However, some princely titles develop in unusual ways, such as adoption of a style for dynasts which is not pegged to the ruler's title, but rather continues an old tradition ( e. g. grand duke in Romanov Russia ), claims dynastic succession to a lost monarchy ( e. g. prince de Tarente for the La Trémoïlle heirs to the Neapolitan throne, or is simply assumed by fiat ( e. g. prince Français by the House of Bonaparte ).
However, it is not clear to what extent this was due to an influx of Han settlers, who were predominantly displaced young men from Zhangzhou and Quanzhou in Fujian province or from a variety of other factors, including: frequent intermarriage between Han and aborigines, the replacement of aboriginal marriage and abortion taboos, and the widespread adoption of the Han agricultural lifestyle due to the depletion of traditional game stocks, which may have led to increased birth rates and population growth.
However, the blocks in Salt Lake City became irregular during the late 19th century when the LDS Church lost authority over growth and before the adoption of zoning ordinances in the 1920s.
However, it was not always well enforced, and slavery itself continued in the United States until the end of the Civil War and the adoption of the 13th Amendment to the Constitution.
However, neither of these smokeless powders were recommended for adoption by the Explosives Committee.
However, the further development of guns and the adoption of broadside arrangements of guns required a change of tactics.
However, on November 3, 2009, county voters overwhelmingly approved the adoption of a county charter form of government, which replaced the three-commissioner form of county government with an elected county executive and an 11-member county council.
However after the adoption of Islam, bidadari is equated with heavenly maiden mentioned in the Quran, in which God stated that the ' forbidden pearls ' of heaven are for those men who have resisted temptation and borne life's trials.
However, during the 1920s, the rapid adoption of the automobile caused a panic among urban planners, who, based on observation, claimed that speeding cars would eventually kill tens of thousands of small children per year.
However, E911 regulations and legal penalties have severely hampered the more widespread adoption of VoIP: VoIP is much more flexible than land line phone service and there is no easy way to verify the physical location of a caller on a nomadic VoIP network at any given time ( especially in the case of wireless networks ), and so many providers offered services which specifically excluded 911 service so as to avoid the severe E-911 non-compliance penalties.
However, parliamentary leaders have indicated that prior to adoption, the final concordat draft will be sent to the Council of Europe, European Parliament, and European Union for informal expert analysis, to ensure that it accords with European norms and the country's international legal obligations.