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Ultimately and consumer
Ultimately, this perspective criticizes the traditional view, assuming a passive consumer, particularly by underlining the different ways people read, receive and interpret cultural texts.
Ultimately, whether an object is a good or a bad depends on each individual consumer and therefore, it is important to realize that not all goods are good all the time and not all goods are goods to all people.

Ultimately and decision
Ultimately, the decision was made to stop using the brand name Datsun worldwide, in order to strengthen the company name Nissan.
Ultimately, however, if the two houses do not agree within ten days, the decision of the House of Representatives is deemed to be that of the Diet.
Ultimately the contestants faced off, and Mayorga defeated Vargas by majority decision on November 23, 2007.
Ultimately, the decision should be made by the counselors and carried out absolutely.
Ultimately, on August 8, 1974, after the U. S. Supreme Court voted by 8 to 0 to reject Nixon's claims of executive privilege and release the tapes ( with then Associate Justice William H. Rehnquist recusing himself because, as an assistant attorney general during Nixon's first term, he had taken part in internal executive-branch discussions of the scope of executive privilege ), Nixon announced his decision to resign as President.
Ultimately though, Mayweather managed to adjust to Cotto's new rhythm of attacking in flurries and used his now-newly-tweaked counter-punching style to win a lot of the final rounds, in what people thought had secured Mayweather the decision victory.
Ultimately, the decision to treat with surgical clipping versus endovascular coiling should be made by a cerebrovascular team with extensive experience in both modalities.
Ultimately, the Northern League remained out of the football pyramid until 1991, a decision that proved very costly to its status.
Ultimately, Rothman's decision backfired, as the film gained mixed reviews ( with many commenting that the film seemed " incomplete ") and severely under-performed at the US box office.
Ultimately, it didn't prove to be a good decision on their part.
Ultimately Louis B. Mayer decreed that both girls would be kept, but by the time that decision was made Durbin's contract option had elapsed.
Ultimately, DAK is designed not only to be an exciting introduction to the school, but also to provide admits with the information they need to make a decision about whether to attend Kellogg.
Ultimately, the decision put those games to one side has benefited everyone.
Ultimately, Childe argued that this growing social complexity, all rooted in the original decision to settle, led to a second Urban Revolution in which the first cities were built.
Ultimately though, the set of decision criteria needs to embody all of the policy goals, and overemphasising the more easily definable or measurable criteria, will have the undesirable impact of biasing the analysis towards a subset of the policy goals.
Ultimately, the 1948 Supreme Court decision Shelley v. Kraemer made such covenants unenforceable.
" Ultimately Tillis lost a close points decision.
Ultimately BET and Viacom did not reverse their decision to terminate Smiley's contract.
Ultimately, the Supreme Court of the United States agreed in a 7-1 decision, and women were admitted to VMI for the first time in the late 1990s.
Ultimately, they decided to renovate the existing mansion, and Brown's wife Phyllis was given liberal input into the decision making.
Ultimately, the board overturned its decision in October 1984 and permission was granted to operate after a re-inspection of over 200, 000 items and components within the plant.
Ultimately the President's decision was made for him when CTU intercepted communications that suggested a possible attack on the motorcade.
Ultimately, the decision is value based: a combination of artistic, contextual, and informational values is normally considered.
Ultimately, the board took the decision that neither player should be considered for the subsequent West Indies tour.

Ultimately and depends
Ultimately, the effect of mandrel wrapping on optical measurements depends on the propagating mode power distribution.
Ultimately, whether or not an action is symbolic depends upon the context of the situation as well as the ontology of the culture.
Ultimately, at least the initial master key must be obtained through a secure medium ( transport or pre-installation ), as the security of the whole network depends on it.
# Actions count: Ultimately salvation depends on God's Grace ( gurprasad ) but truthful living is emphasized-Cultivation of virtues, selfless service ( seva ), remembrance of God – Naam Simran, Kirtan.
Ultimately this depends on the flow characteristics of the entire engine but the same volume of air is pumped into the engine for every revolution of the engine.
Ultimately, choosing a directional sound device depends greatly on the environment in which it is deployed as well as the content that will be reproduced.
Ultimately the value of the signalled information depends on the extent to which it allows the receiver to increase its fitness.

Ultimately and on
Ultimately, the Saville Inquiry was inconclusive on Martin McGuinness's role due to a lack of certainty over his movements, concluding that while he was " engaged in paramilitary activity " during Bloody Sunday, and had probably been armed with a Thompson submachine gun, there was insufficient evidence to make any finding other than they were " sure that he did not engage in any activity that provided any of the soldiers with any justification for opening fire ".
Ultimately, the club settled on inking oft-troubled switch hitter Milton Bradley over Adam Dunn, Raúl Ibáñez, and Bobby Abreu.
Ultimately, however, the Rump depended on the support of the Army with which it had a very uneasy relationship.
Ultimately this emphasis on production and construction goes back to the revolution wrought by Kant in philosophy, namely his focus in the Critique of Pure Reason on synthesis according to rules as the fundamental activity of the mind that creates the order of our experience.
" Ultimately, however, Kennedy made her choice based on her personal connection with Pei.
Ultimately, however, lesbian associations have had little influence both on the homosexual and feminist movements.
Ultimately, the cost function will depend on the desired task.
Ultimately, Joe Chip learns that Runciter, in fact, was the sole survivor of the explosion on the moon, and that his messages to the group are the result of his attempts to communicate with them while they are in half-life.
Ultimately, Rush and Brown parted ways in 1983, and the experimentation with new electronic instruments and varying musical styles would come into further play on their next studio album.
Ultimately, Clemens would go on to have a record of 162 – 73 for the rest of his career after leaving the Red Sox.
Ultimately, the combination of the increase in tax rates on lower incomes and decrease in deductions raised revenue equal to about 4 % of existing tax revenue.
Ultimately this came down on the shoulders of Boris Shumyatsky, " executive producer " of Soviet film since 1932, who in early 1938 was denounced, arrested, tried and convicted as a traitor, and shot.
Ultimately, the spear proper was rendered obsolete on the battlefield.
Ultimately, he would go on to endorse 2008 Constitution Party candidate Chuck Baldwin.
Ultimately, the background on level 9 employed black and white tiles, roughly the size of the invading pieces, while the center square contained a picture of clouds, which expanded to fill the screen on levels 10 and later.
Ultimately Becky is suspected of carrying on an extramarital affair with the Marquis of Steyne, apparently encouraged by Rawdon to prostitute herself in exchange for money and promotion.
Ultimately Vladimir settled on Orthodox Christianity.
Ultimately, despite Chatham's exertions, Parliament took no action on his proposals.
Ultimately, it was Newton's friend, editor and publisher, Edmond Halley who, in his 1705 Synopsis of the Astronomy of Comets, used Newton's new laws to calculate the gravitational effects of Jupiter and Saturn on cometary orbits.
Ultimately a dispute arose between Admiral Lord Charles Beresford, who favoured increased spending and a broad deployment, and the First Sea Lord Admiral Sir John Fisher, who favoured efficiency savings, scrapping obsolete vessels, and a strategic realignment of the Royal Navy relying on torpedo craft for home defence backed by the new dreadnoughts.

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