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It said higher temperatures are already affecting tourist destinations in southern Spain, and that rising sea levels and more limited availability of water resources could further harm tourism in the region in coming decades.
With the limited availability of input from the sunlit world, seafloor vents tend to harbor creatures that have novel chemistry.
7430(c)(1)(B)(iii), an hourly rate in excess of $125 is justified when the court finds that a special factor, such as the limited availability of qualified attorneys, exists.
The faster chip, code-named Willamette, is in sample silicon right now and should be in limited availability by year end.
Continuing demand for space amid this limited availability drove average asking rents up 5 percent from the first quarter of last year to $26.
However, section 7430(c)(1)(B) (iii) limits the recovery of attorney fees to $110 an hour (adjusted for inflation) unless a special factor, such as the limited availability of qualified attorneys for a particular proceeding, justifies a higher rate.
While demand for power infrastructure remained steady during the period, the group said limited availability of financing for large power projects and the uncertainty over raw material prices was delaying the award of new projects.
Production, on the other hand, has not increased to match the rise in consumption, primarily due to limited availability of these resources.