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So although these mice were consistently eating poorly, they stayed as trim and fit as mice that were fed a low-fat diet.
There's consistently been retribution toward each of our major counterterrorism offenses.
Apart from this, the adaptation has been consistently made, and the works coincide in much of their detail.
In fact, people are consistently bad at dealing with uncertainty, underestimating some kinds of risk and overestimating others.
But with today's prices consistently well above that, the practice is booming.
We should build databases to look for individual doctors who consistently over or under estimate.
But the alternative is continuing a process that has consistently failed.
It is now consistently missing its inflation target.
Few contemporary novelists are as consistently well served.
The administration has consistently treated the students at our campus respectfully and as adults.
At that time, we'll begin to see home sales slowly tick up until home prices are rising consistently and confidence is restored.
Some people seemed to be consistently better than others at concentrating amid distraction.
Students who expected to hear it again consistently found it more irritating.
We were consistently broke or in some kind of financial crisis.
Our board consistently runs illegal meetings and spends money without agreement of the owners.
But over time the national total has consistently been revised up, suggesting that any overstatement is modest.
Teaching is much more important and the tenure candidate with consistently bad ratings is in trouble.
The same holds true when you ask students to include a bibliography using a consistently applied style.
City studies show that consumption of sugared beverages is consistently higher in those neighborhoods.
Earthquakes, on the other hand, have small but consistently negative effects on economic growth.
The data suggest that three factors consistently make a difference in voting rates: money, marriage, and homeownership.
It might seem strange for the meerkats and babblers to be so consistently duped by the drongo, but their behaviour makes sense.
They have tightly luscious surfaces and, sometimes tropically bright in color, they are consistently pretty.
We think plants that consistently put on exemplary performances should receive their own public acknowledgment.
Peanut butter is a top seller, with cinnamon apple and mint consistently hovering near the bottom.
The data also imply that moderns were consistently exploiting small terrestrial animals, too.
It has been consistently increasing due to the growth in nonrevolving credit.
Researchers still need to find ways to make these materials cheaply and consistently, however, before they can be widely deployed.
Each has limitations, often rooting back to how to consistently apply methodologies across programs and sectors.
From an egalitarian point of view, market economies consistently misallocate goods, both within countries and between them.
Since then, the losses have trended consistently down.
Meanwhile, the gunfire sputters as consistently as the musical background.
Hung, however, consistently took the opposite approach.
Nicks stepped up as a chain-mover, converting seven first downs and consistently getting free on broken plays.
Studies using the proper controls consistently favor the second explanation.
Human beings are consistently selfish and cannot see past the problem of having a polar bear in town.
Make sure they are consistently applied when choosing among candidates.
Epidemiological studies consistently fail to uncover negative health effects.
And the speed of their purported ascent, through a week of consistently bad weather, seemed equally improbable.
Given the low rate of sales this summer and consistently high foreclosure rate, inventory will likely continue to grow.
Good deeds are consistently rewarded, lapses always have consequences.
It's now clear that the sensation of pain doesn't match up consistently with stimulation of pain-sensing nerves.
Listeners consistently overestimated the drunkenness of mildly intoxicated subjects.
If his book is often disconcerting and sometimes exasperating, it is also richly textured and consistently alive.
But over time the latter has consistently been revised up, suggesting that any overstatement is modest.
Biographers, however, are rarely bold enough to adopt the selective method consistently.
As with motor racing, a reliable gauge is needed to ensure that successful manoeuvres are repeated consistently.
Goats consistently put more of their body weight on their limbs.
Although many treatments have shown some promise, none is consistently effective.
In this position he appears to have argued consistently for accommodation between the two sides.
Plenty of palms grow where weather is consistently warm, but it's harder to find options for cold climates.
There are certain artists whose concerts these days seem to be consistently sold out.
His creations consistently entranced the critics but also puzzled them.
Consistently driving drum beats emphasize the power and might of the saintly main figure.
His annual evaluations rated him consistently good or better on teaching, service, and research.
But that is only because they have been lied to consistently for many years by their medical profession.
For those who prefer to play it safe, the engraved picture frame is a consistently disappointing choice.
Remember that many online physician ratings don't consistently moderate content or review the comments before posting.
The course evaluations consistently rank him lowest in the entire school.
Astronomical, meteorological, and oceanographic data were consistently collected.
But the emphasis on the economy still seems sensible, as voters consistently say it is their chief concern in polls.
In one of two locations it has worked, it has not worked consistently or without some cashier persistence.
But it has consistently offered one of the few convincing possible explanations for altruism and still a subject of much study.
In fact, the book and the work in general have consistently had the opposite effect upon people.
The county is consistently chasing after people's property under one excuse after another.
Music teaching apps consistently rank high in the app stores.
But he doesn't see evidence the fish are consistently breeding here.
Obviously it is admirable to line up consistently behind whatever argument comes from your side.
But there are few, if any, who can do it consistently better than tossing a coin.
Because of the condition my glucose levels are consistently higher than a normal level.
Indeed he rarely bothers to define them, much less to use them consistently.
We're consistently a few paces behind the people we're supposed to be policing.
There are people in the world who have no friends and consistently cannot make them.
Although its growth hasn't been as consistent, it has also been adding jobs fairly consistently since last fall.
Yet that hasn't been consistently borne out in lab experiments.
His players bucked the college-jock stereotype and consistently earned diplomas.
Creating consistently spaced holes adds to the time and labor.
The open question is whether active protection can be pulled off consistently without hurting nearby civilians.
The smaller-scale administrative initiatives he's now consistently announcing may help only at the margin.
He would say it was by consistently ignoring intellectual fads.
Or faster weight loss when you consistently track food intake.
Problem is that when the weatherman consistently predicts rain and doesn't get it, he gets laughed out of the business.
If he wanted to translate her letters in an outdated period style, he should have done so consistently.
Nobody likes to work with people who are consistently unprofessional.
So it needs several hours every day consistently and/or immersion to achieve.
But if summers continue to become consistently warmer, it could conceivably increase the frequency of human contact with bats.
In calmer times, the balance remains lower but more consistently.
Senior professors continue their inquiries, making their departments consistently relevant and industrious research centers.
People have struggled with population growth rate predictions for over a century and have been wrong pretty consistently.
When playing this simple game, people consistently reject the rational choice.
Research consistently shows that parents are less satisfied with their lives than the childless.
The offerings comes as wireless providers continue to enjoy hefty stock market valuations and consistently high growth rates.
Right now, there's only one tried-and-true system: a human being thoughtfully and consistently engaging with a community.
Only one of the economists consistently noted those affiliations when speaking and writing publicly.
But he consistently displayed an indifference to reality which went deeper than his propaganda techniques.
From the beginning some consumers have consistently been hesitant to drink milk from cows treated with artificial hormones.
Q--My gums have been aching consistently around the tooth line for three months.
Health is one area in which the public sector consistently does a better job than the private sector at controlling costs.
Research has suggested that chief executives consistently overestimate their influence on a company.
We are in publishing, a profession not known for functioning well or even consistently early in the morning.
So one might expect a warm welcome for a technology that has consistently driven up revenues and profit margins.
There is a company that consistently leads the efficiency charge.
Among other things, we're the only mostly hairless, consistently bipedal primate.
Drug industry expenditures for research and development, while large, were consistently far less than profits.
Doing small things consistently over time-if enough people participate-can make a dent, even in a global problem.
The point is that some money managers consistently outperform the market over many years.
The time it takes for the percept to flip differs consistently across individuals.
Firms consistently provide the same set of answers for why hiring is so subdued.
Developed over four-year career into a consistently dominant player.
When the day was cloudy, the wanderers indeed walked in circles, but not by turning consistently in one direction.
Consistently he has blasted his enemies as drug addicts and rats.
In particular, emerging-market currencies are consistently undervalued.
Larger birds in this group have consistently longer wings and narrower heads.
Even today, in this economy, there are municipalities that consistently close out their annual budgets with a surplus.
Then there is the astonishing difficulty of consistently hitting the right notes, let alone making music.
She noticed that the driest months in one region were consistently the wettest in the other.
It is consistently gripping, often chilling, and frankly impossible to stop reading after the segment about her brother.
Soviet doctrine had previously held, though not consistently, that a protracted nuclear war was possible.
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