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December's was the "second-lowest reading in over two years and below the historic average (since 2010) of 55.2, signalling relatively muted non-oil growth," Emirates NBD notes in a commentary.
'I don't have to say why I wanted my session to be muted and likewise the people can say anything they want...
It is such a muted ending we are watching that the tragedy would be compounded if the genuine parents who are out there somewhere were not coming forward because do they really want a deaf, mute girl...scary thought.
INFLATION slipped back to zero last month as petrol price falls and muted rises for new fashion ranges kept a lid on the cost of living.
The Brit organisers paid big bucks after signing Kanye West up for the show at the last minute - but ITV muted half his performance.
But for the delay, the Tamil audience would not be deprived of anything save for the audio to be muted for seven scenes.
Summary: Christmas celebrations could be somewhat muted for the royal family on Christmas day
THE CARRYING OUT OF THE FRENCH muted e in lyric diction is a complex issue that transcends linguistics.
The spontaneous improvisation ended much as it had begun, with Bynum uttering short muted cornet lines over some tiny bells gently shaken by Cleaver.
By simply pushing mute when you ask a question or when your prospect starts talking, you are not only forced to allow your prospect to keep talking": With the phone muted, even if you try to cut him off, he won't hear you and won't be offended by the interruption.
Global Banking News-16 October 2009-Indian banks may post muted Q2 profits(C)2009 ENPublishing - http://www.enpublishing.co.uk
Summary: Friday's volatility is muted to start the week; but risk appetite and dollar strength are still contradictory trends.