Sentences with word «uncertain»

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New York gave Trump a boost in convention delegates, but whether he could win the nomination outright before the summer remains uncertain.
FASHION
However, finding a partner through online dating sites is the most proficient resolution to unite with possible dating, sexual or lifetime partners, but just a reminder it also has some uncertain chunks.The reputation of free online dating services has grown...
DATING
Another nine people whose identities were uncertain had also been the subject of checks, but Mr Reid said that none of these were guilty of sexual or violent offences and all their employers or prospective employers had now been informed.
POLITICS
«Order trends have remained solid and backlog is strong despite an uncertain outlook in the process industry.»
MONEY
With the ability to stock the kitchen with groceries of our own choosing and the option to specify meal and menu preferences with the resident private chef the day prior — or even the same day — the flexibility and responsiveness was extremely advantageous... especially on those days where the itinerary was uncertain.
FOOD & BEVERAGES
The bottom line: Overall, in today's uncertain, low-growth environment, we prefer credit to equity and believe exposure to gold and alternatives as diversifiers makes sense.
BUSINESS
Flesh billows and drapes in uncertain terms, upending the familiar territories of the human form.
ART
So, our understanding of climate sensitivity remains uncertain and is not changing much.
ENVIRONMENT
Because our energy outlook over the next thousand years is most uncertain, buildings designed to be naturally frugal will also be more adaptable.
ENVIRONMENT
Since the future is always uncertain, investing comes down to assessing probabilities.
BUSINESS
With New York State losing two seats in Congress, districts are being stretched and reconfigured, leaving incumbents with uncertain electoral prospects.
POLITICS
However, experts in government ethics remain uncertain about whether CFTC employees should be allowed to trade cryptocurrencies.
TECHNOLOGY
The EAT felt that this erroneous approach permeated all the findings of direct discrimination, except the finding that the claimant had committed an act of gross misconduct, but given the fundamental error of law identified, it was uncertain that the Igen principles had been properly applied.
LAW
He says the law may not effect much change in areas with strong pockets of vaccine-refusing parents, but he hopes more of the parents feeling uncertain about immunization will realize the benefits after getting accurate information from a health care professional.
SCIENCE
The price of a stock or bond reflects the return investors demand to exchange their cash today for an uncertain but greater amount of expected cash in the future.
BUSINESS
NEW YORK, May 2 Remington Outdoor Company Inc won approval for its bankruptcy plan on Wednesday, paving the way for the arms maker to slash debt, boost its cash position and better weather the uncertain climate for firearms in the United States.
BUSINESS
NEW YORK, May 2 - Remington Outdoor Company Inc won approval for its bankruptcy plan on Wednesday, paving the way for the arms maker to slash debt, boost its cash position and better weather the uncertain climate for firearms in the United States.
BUSINESS
Survive this uncertain market and be ready for the next market shift by attending this EXCLUSIVE Webinar.
REAL_ESTATE
It is important for the government to regulate the market properly in an uncertain sector like the cryptocurrency market.»
TECHNOLOGY
Such poetry was naive and lacking in sophistication and sustained style, but it sang a new song in no uncertain tones.
RELIGION
Here's why Agrium Inc. (TSX: AGU)(NYSE: AGU) and BCE Inc. (TSX: BCE)(NYSE: BCE) should be your top dividend growth picks for an uncertain market.
MONEY
Due to the complex nature of the Colorado River system, scientists were uncertain if the water would reach the sea or if it would seep into the ground before that.
SCIENCE
No, it's a more uncertain and more unexpected stroke.
ART
«If you're caught in a renting rut or uncertain about joining the ranks of homeowners, you should consider the benefits of buying a home,» says Duffy.
REAL_ESTATE
Her works probe into a very physical abstraction, something body-like that feels simultaneously intimate and alien, particular and uncertain.
ART
The display on the iPad Air measures 2048 by 1536 pixels, making its resolution only slightly lower than the Galaxy Tab S. Although the iPad Air's contrast ratio has been measured at about 1,000:1, it is uncertain whether Samsung's purported 100,000:1 contrast ratio will stand up to independent testing.
TECHNOLOGY
For example, until the re-authorisation process has been complied with, the status and capacity of the applicant to progress the claim is uncertain.
RELATIONSHIPS
In those instances, veterinarians can be uncertain if they are dealing with a castrated male cat or dog with other health issues, a cryptorchid pet whose undescended testicle was not located and removed, or a pet with a hormone imbalance of some other kind.
PETS
Bank of international settlements (BIS) is a worldwide operating institution that is nurturing the interaction with central banks and other organizations, which are dealing with monetary policy, and also provides other bank procedures: taking deposits, makes loans, and helps in remunerating uncertain steps of funds between the leading currencies.
MONEY
This provides a window of time for action, although the full consequences of the tsunami-driven rafting are still uncertain.
SCIENCE
In almost all investments by the Fund the immediate earnings outlook is anywhere from poor to uncertain (see the Japanese non-life insurers).
MONEY
Our course has been approved by many courts in your state, but please check with your Guthrie Oklahoma court if you are uncertain.
INSURANCE
Precisely what will happen, and how, is necessarily uncertain.
ENVIRONMENT
But the future climate of West Antarctica is uncertain, and the physical factors that govern the collapse of outlet glaciers like Thwaites are poorly understood — in particular, a peculiar glacier instability mechanism likely triggered by warming ocean waters in a changing climate.
ENVIRONMENT
An individual showing keen interest to calculate their income tax always benefits themselves by maintaining their savings ratio in today's crucial and uncertain times.
INSURANCE
New aspects of Android O remain uncertain.
TECHNOLOGY
The three graduate students were asked to score each article using a measure similar to that used in the Boykoff studies, recording whether the article conveyed the «consensus view» that climate change is real and that humans are a cause; the «falsely balanced view» that it is uncertain whether climate change is real and/or that humans are a cause; or the «dismissive view» that either climate change is not occurring or, if so, humans are not a cause.
ENVIRONMENT
Moreover, the pattern among applicants is also uncertain — barely statistically significant in one year, but favoring more rather than less divorce.
RELATIONSHIPS
Mr. Mulvaney also questioned G.E.'s claim that the bank's uncertain future forced its move, suggesting that other economic factors in the United States — corporate taxes, government regulations and tort costs — could have also driven the decision.
BUSINESS
With the moratorium in place, it's uncertain if there will be backup scores.
POLITICS
Devastated and uncertain, she tried again and went on to have their rainbow baby in April 2015.
PARENTING
It is uncertain whether the recent restructuring of the fund will result in different results going forward.
MONEY
The longer the future remains uncertain, the more difficult that task will become.
BUSINESS
If you are uncertain how to make your book signing a big success, then do your homework and visit book signings to see what works and what doesn't work.
BOOKS
I am always uncertain as to whether there needs to be a certain color that must be paired with the vest.
FASHION
Additionally, the estimates of aerosol forcing in the models that Shindell uses to derive the 0.3 W/m ² adjustment are themselves quite uncertain.
ENVIRONMENT
For a multitude of reasons, millions of workers will attempt to change careers this year — hopeful but uncertain of how to go about a successful career transition.
JOBS
Often they leave one uncertain what one means by «above ground,» as with Alice Adams's Shorings, a slurry wall in the open air.
ART
Even with analytics it is highly uncertain who to bank on to raise your odds.
SPORTS
In such uncertain environments, investors seek out companies with more predictability of earnings.
MONEY
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