Pharmaceutical companies have also emphasised that rising list prices did not result in commensurate profits.
He said that 83 percent of available tickets had been sold and that concession sales were commensurate with a year ago.
"We are elevating space commensurate with its importance to our national security and the security of our allies and partners."
Yet the article's core focus is on getting a treaty in 2015, without even a hint of asking just what terms that would make it commensurate with the problem.
We stand ready to take appropriate and targeted measures, as necessary and commensurate with the underlying risks."
Much of the increase in health care costs is due to price growth, perhaps without a commensurate increase in the benefits of care.
A growing number of officials and analysts believe the European Union needs an enormous financial response on a scale commensurate with the calamity.
At the time, some firms shortened their summer internship programs but kept interns' compensation commensurate with what they would have normally expected.
Having undergone rapid industrialization after 1922, it had a heavy industrial and armed forces sector commensurate with that of a highly developed country.
A salary at the appropriate point on the Teachers’ scale will be offered to the successful candidate and will be commensurate with experience and qualifications.
Traditional approaches to high-stakes decision-making take too long, cost too much, and don't deliver quality or impact commensurate with the investment of time and resources.
Julie Owono, the Cameroonian director of Internet Without Borders, a digital activist group, believes that Facebook’s plans are not commensurate with the scale of the problem.
“Like Extinction Rebellion, we are collectively of the view that, given the failure of world leaders to date, disruption is now necessary to get anything like commensurate change.
"These fees and costs are reasonable and the amount of work performed was commensurate with that necessary to defend vigorously against Plaintiff's abusive and constantly shifting case.
We hope that our actions seem commensurate with the severity of the crisis we face and that this day of disruption successfully raises the alarm about the greater disruption that is coming'."
The transfer of the capital also occasioned a dispute between Rome (“Old Rome”) and Constantinople (“New Rome”) over whether the new capital should be entitled to a commensurate ecclesiastical preeminence…
Hospitals experiencing a decline in revenue due to the postponement of elective surgeries, Taylor believes, were reluctant to give up patients with insurance plans that guaranteed reimbursement commensurate with the cost of treatment.
This means some founders try to take as much money from investors as possible, giving the impression that its extraction of capital from the market versus producing a technology commensurate with the investment that the market is giving them, he added.
"While it is certainly helpful to offer financing alternatives to students, ISAs do not help solve the core problem in the US which is the skyrocketing cost of education and the lack of commensurate increase in the market value of a degree broadly," Dempsey said.
"Despite these devastating warnings, and although some governments are echoing scientists' use of the term 'climate emergency,' their policies are hardly commensurate of an emergency," Sivan Kartha, a climate scientist working with the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, said.
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