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Besides these two headwinds, an additional factor that may constrain the current recovery is ongoing financial imbalances.
Laurence Hedditch of Deloitte says IPOs are more likely than FTSE jumbos to be buffeted around in a turbulent headwind
I knew there was going to be a headwind so I wasn't really worried about the time.
The global economy is facing significant headwinds that could restrain growth for a prolonged period, including efforts by households and financial institutions to reduce their debt and those by governments to bring their fiscal situation back toward balance, Governor Poloz told attendees at the annual conference of the Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships.
All afternoon they've been coming into a headwind in the straight, so it's been tiring ground for them.
I was still on for 2:18 at 22 miles having gone through halfway on 68 minutes 19seconds, but the strain of maintaining the same pace while running into a strong headwind and driving rain between 17 and 22 miles took its toll over the last four miles.
A lot of possession given away, partly due to a strong headwind, resulted in Bees scoring breakaway tries to lead at the break.
Wind across the deck had changed from a 30-knot headwind to a 10-knot tailwind.
When an airplane enters a microburst, it first runs into a headwind, which increases the speed of the air that is rushing over the wings and gives the plane additional lift.
I knew it was going to be a headwind so I wasn't worried about the time.
Crenshaw, who has surpassed 24 feet, won last year's title with a jump of 22-10 1/4 into a strong headwind.