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Ultimately and decision
Ultimately, the consumer decision depends on their reference interest rate or their time preference.
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, 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 should
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, some, like John Shosky, have concluded " It is far from clear that any one person should be given the title of ' inventor ' of truth-tables.
Ultimately emerging was the idea that the new city should be a real multi-faceted city, not a bedroom suburb.
Ultimately, the parlement de Paris agreed that " all traditional observances should be carefully maintained to avoid the impression that the Estates-General could make things up as it went along.
Ultimately, the two projects should be seen as complementary, with the structures of the latter dependent on the structures of the former.
In his Nobel lecture, Lewis said " Ultimately, comparisons of the complexes throughout the animal kingdom should provide a picture of how the organisms, as well as the genes have evolved.
As it was written in a program note that accompanied the movie's premier " It is a modern poem presented with medieval material that has been very freely handled ... The script in particular — embodies a mid-twentieth century existentialist angst .... Still, to be fair to Bergman, one must allow him his artistic license, and the script's modernisms may be justified as giving the movie's medieval theme a compelling and urgent contemporary relevance ... Yet the film succeeds to a large degree because it is set in the Middle Ages, a time that can seem both very remote and very immediate to us living in the modern world .... Ultimately The Seventh Seal should be judged as a historical film by how well it combines the medieval and the modern.
Ultimately, such database should allow the system to recognize emotions based on their context as well as work out the goals and outcomes of the interaction.
Ultimately, we should strive to realize how all of the forces in the world, though they may seem to conflict, can unite when one knows how to use them all to fulfill a higher purpose ; namely to serve God.
Ultimately, it is for the legislature to determine the extent to which such changes should be made.
Ultimately, adhering to Foucauldian notions of neoliberal governmentality, OSM indicates that whilst the State is no longer the locus of all power, its steering capacity should not be underestimated.
Ultimately, however, the Foster group was forced to blow the whistle that Cannon, Shachtman, and Abern were attempting to convert party members to Trotskyism, lest they too be tainted as silent accomplices if the Lovestone faction should discover the heresy on their own.
Readers should understand that this book is Russell Means ' version of reality, and it does not necessarily bear any relationship to the truth ... Ultimately, this book is a chronicle of Means ' bottomless rage ..." which Brenner notes may have been justified by " the circumstances of his life in particular or American Indian lives in general ," but he thought Means ' stance was overdone.
Ultimately the Seattle Parks Department decided the statue should remain in the Peace Park, and upon restoration was returned there in mid-January 2005.
Ultimately Hong believed the ambush failed for a number of reasons, stating that the soldiers at the front of the ambush — those facing 11 Platoon — had fired before the entire Australian force had entered the ambush, while it should have been opened from the rear against 12 Platoon.
Ultimately, De Geer hoped his studies of varves would explain the fundamental cause of Ice Ages-" If the last glaciation everywhere should show to be synchronous and the origin of the last Ice Age thus to be of a general nature, the assumption of a cosmic cause would scarcely be avoidable.
Ultimately Prabhupada gives the conclusion that society should be " Krishna conscious " -- enlightened by devotion ( bhakti ) to Krishna ( God ).
Ultimately, Evola would become disenchanted about the prospects of achieving a radical reactionary restructuring of society and would advocate that an enlightened or " differentiated " man should Ride the Tiger – the title of his last work – of modern civilization.
Ultimately King John, by his charter Ut liberae sunt elecliones totius Angliae ( 1214 ), granted that the bishops should be elected freely by the deans and chapters of the cathedral churches, provided the royal permission was first asked, and the royal assent was required after the election.
Ultimately, this would make possible a periodic audit of the extent to which our civil rights are secure .... Commission should also serve
Ultimately, he thought that if something had occurred it was none of his business, and that Shakur should not have publicly disclosed this information in a song.
The FCO corrected the error on its website and wrote to Köchler on 27 August 2008 :" Ultimately, it will be for the Court to decide whether the material should be disclosed, not the Foreign Secretary.

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