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The bill would not provide any protection from the astronomical costs of nursing homes and other long-term health care expenditures.
Many backed out when they realised the astronomical costs and difficulties, but "about forty" were determined to try regardless.
The famous center accepted only cases diagnosed as terminal, and only patients who could afford the astronomical costs.
The stark economic differences between the two Koreas and astronomical costs of merging them make reunification a distant prospect.
Obviously, given the astronomical costs involved, cydroids were few indeed, although Denv, as the continental capital, certainly had a higher proportion than did most metroplexes.
Business leaders are also alarmed about the federation's proposal to require corporations to provide pensions - another mandate that employers insist would result in astronomical costs.
Acknowledgement of the astronomical costs might illustrate the greater desirability of civilian alternatives now dismissed as too costly or not feasible.
Retirees on fixed incomes will pay more each year to cover the astronomical costs of this act, while inflation diminishes the purchasing power of their reduced incomes.
The main obstacle is the waste problem, to which no solution is in sight, but which is certain, based on recent military waste experience, to have astronomical costs.
"Is it fair," he asked in a recent speech, "to allocate the astronomical costs of these quasi-experimental (in some cases) procedures and technology to the employer and/or the individual?"
For reasons from the astronomical costs in Japan and the lack of interest in the West to the difficulty of obtaining student visas, getting acquainted has not proven easy.
"It will take the astronomical costs out of astronautics," he said, promising that the vehicle would be highly reliable and its expense perhaps one-tenth that of expendable rockets.
Because of the astronomical costs of urban and farm land the new expressways will take cheaper routes through mountainous regions where possible, relying extensively on bridges and tunnels.
But by offering voluntary spending limits, coupled with some publicly financed incentives for candidates to accept them, they seem more willing than the Republicans to curb the astronomical costs of campaigning.
Despite the astronomical costs, facilities throughout the world churned out Cybrid pilots for the recently developed HERCULAN war machines.
But the question remains, in this time of national agony over health care costs, how did an unapproved test with potentially astronomical costs become entrenched as part of the nation's medical system?
The Dec. 27 article "A State Crackdown on Insurance Fraud" inadvertently alighted upon the reason for New Jersey's astronomical costs for insurance.
If her plan does not pass the General Assembly this year, she said, "there will be a lot of out-of-state shipments" of waste, "a lot of illegal disposal and astronomical costs."
Aaron Einhorn, a lawyer for I.I.S., said that the company, whose headquarters are near Haifa, Israel, had reduced its American health coverage because it "was faced with astronomical costs."
"There's a $2 billion entry fee to get in the 12-inch wafer game," Mr. Gwennap said, referring to astronomical costs for devices that he said make electron microscopes look like toys.
The astronomical costs of the 1992 America's Cup yachting campaigns, as well as the dissension caused during the competition by technological espionage, have prompted organizers to consider stricter rules for the 1995 event.
But many experts see the astronomical costs of running the nation's $65 billion fleet of shuttles as a drag on innovation at NASA, a faded star whose luster is just starting to return.
Faced with astronomical costs to develop new drugs and the movement by governments to reduce drug prices, companies are combining to expand both their geographical markets and the number of products that their sales teams can sell.
The typical upstart who takes his grievance to a lawyer tends to settle cheap when confronted by the mountainous array of corporate legal power so obviously capable of bankrupting him with the astronomical costs of American justice.
In the lead-up to MIPCOM, the tele-trade papers were full of dire warnings of the perils of MIPCOM for small independents - astronomical costs loomed as the principal concern.