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Ultimately and cost
Ultimately, the cost function will depend on the desired task.
Ultimately, however, the Superdome was repaired and renovated in time for the 2006 season at an estimated cost of $ 185 million.
Tony Hines defines value as follows: “ Ultimately it is the customer who pays the price for service delivered that confirms value and not the producer who simply adds cost until that point ”
Ultimately the film grossed a global total of $ 133, 000, 000, against its $ 21 million cost ($ 1 million under budget ).
Ultimately this design was also cancelled during the Carter Administration due to its increased cost compared to the non-nuclear DDG 47.
Ultimately, it is difficult to truly know the cost of rent-seeking, affirmed by both Dougan and Tullock.
Ultimately, labor bears the cost of all public goods.
Ultimately and at great cost, the process culminated in the construction of stone locks.
Ultimately this did not cost him the championship as he finished two back of Webb Simpson on 1-over-par.
Ultimately, despite their undoubted qualities, Doble cars failed due to poor company organisation and high initial cost.
Ultimately, the cost financially ruined Modahl and contributed to the financial collapse of the BAF in 1998, which was replaced by UK Athletics.
Ultimately, costly signalling theory has the capacity to explain many puzzling facets of human foraging strategies – it has the potential to rationalize wasteful foraging displays because higher quality individuals gain higher benefits for producing high cost displays ( Hawkes et al.
Ultimately the cost to the state of Nichols ' publicly funded defense came to at least $ 1. 8 million.
Ultimately, more landing craft were obtained and the invasion was scaled up to Montgomery's satisfaction, at the cost of a month's delay and a reduction in the Southern France operation.
Ultimately, the site was closed in April 1999, and was widely considered to be an expensive failure ( some claim that Pathfinder cost Time Inc. between $ 100 and $ 120 million ).
Ultimately, it is a cost / benefit analysis ... you get what you pay for ...
Ultimately, as to individuals, it is a cost / benefit analysis ... if a director / officer is paid enough, they may risk the prospect of personal liability.
Ultimately, the ambivalence of labor groups led those within the Administration who supported NAFTA to believe that strengthening NAFTA ’ s labor side agreement too much would cost more votes among Republicans than it would garner among Democrats, and would make it harder for the United States to elicit support from Mexico.

Ultimately and Wright
Ultimately, Wright strives to counter at least the Victorian notion of " modernity " as unconditionally a good thing.

Ultimately and place
Ultimately, no battle ever took place as Constantius became ill and died late in 361, though not before naming his opponent as his successor.
Ultimately, the genetics have in fact not yet told us anything new ; all these theories were well in place amongst archaeologists long before attempts were made to identify historical population movements with genetics.
Ultimately, this process resulted in the moves taking place six months later than they should have done, with the result that it was too late to plant crops.
Ultimately, the Salk Institute ’ s meaning transcends function and physical place as a reflection of Western Civilization ’ s pursuit of truth through science instead of God: it is Louis Kahn ’ s masterpiece reinterpretation of the monastic “ intellectual retreat ” in our day and age.
Ultimately R & B artist Marques Houston was cast in his place.
Ultimately the slug forms a fruiting body in which about 20 % of the cells die to lift the remaining cells up to a better place for sporulation and dispersal.
Ultimately, the suits were approved for use in the Sydney Olympics and in December 2000 the super-suit earned a place on Popular Science's " 100 Best of What's New ", alongside the US Navy's F-16 replacement and Kodak's Smart Digital Picture Frame with built-in modem.
Ultimately, Link restores the crystals to the six palaces, and with the crystals in place, the entrance to the Great Palace is opened.
Ultimately the suggestion was rejected and the rule stayed in place.
Ultimately, the death that Claire selects for Ill is one inspired by the same material desires that drove her former lover to betray her in the first place.
Ultimately, a reimagining of the series was filmed for the AMC network in late 2008, with broadcast taking place in November 2009 ; McGoohan was not involved in the project.
Ultimately the party ran as a faction of the National Union in the 2009 elections, with Eldad in third place on the alliance's list.
Ultimately, Tyler the android took Rex's place and was destroyed when Rick and Rex returned to earth.
Ultimately, no conversion takes place.
Ultimately, the FBI discovered Halloran's falsehoods and refused him and his family a place in the Witness Protection Program.
The story has four narrators: Donald, a mixed-blood Indian, now middle-aged and dying of Lou Gehrig ’ s disease ; Donald ’ s wife, Cynthia, whom he rescued as a teen from the ruins of her family ; Cynthia ’ s brother David ( the central character of True North ); and her nephew and Donald ’ s soul mate K. Ultimately, the extended family helps Donald end his life at the place of his choosing, and then draw on the powers of love and commitment to reconcile loss and heal wounds borne for generations.
Ultimately, the team finished the game on the 5th place.
Ultimately, none of these changes were able to improve the standard of living for the working classes of Russia, which ironically had been the goal of the Russian Revolution in the first place.
Ultimately, the 559th TFS took the place of the 555th when the squadron was diverted to a second TDY with the 51st Fighter-Interceptor Wing at Naha Air Base, Okinawa, followed by a re-assignment to the 8th TFW at Ubon Royal Thai Air Force Base, Thailand.
" Ultimately, Jim remains mysterious, as seen through a mist: " that mist in which he loomed interesting if not very big, with floating outlines-a straggler yearning inconsolably for his humble place in the ranks ...
Ultimately bannerets obtained a place in the feudal hierarchy between barons and knights bachelor, which has given rise to the idea that they are the origin of King James I's order of the baronet.
Ultimately, he names a Second Magistrate to serve in his place and returns to the Emerald City.
Ultimately, after seeing her entering a building which he presumes to be her place of employment, he considers how to go about asking her about the detail in the painting.
Ultimately, Donaldson finished in second place, with Wesson winning the competition.

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