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McDonald’s executives said its margins will take a hit for the next six to 12 months, but these changes will pay off in the long run.
For consumers, that probably signals a prolonging of a price war among the four wireless providers — one that analysts have said appears unsustainable for the smaller carriers in the long run.
Even though most conservative and liberal health economists agree that decoupling health insurance from the workplace could improve the U.S. health-care system in the long run, employers overwhelmingly oppose the idea.
In the long run, this will cramp Russia’s ambitions.
Also when that plan actually worked, at least in the long run.
But from my seat, in the long run, McCarron should be happy to sit back and hit free agency with his body of work already on tape and not let the Browns drag it down.
Thus, a massive investment in addiction treatment could pay for itself, in the long run, by preempting even higher costs to our health-care system and economy.
Hruz, Bel Air’s leading rusher in total yards and yards per carry, took another long run to the house to trim the lead to 23-17 with 2:23 left in the third frame.
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