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The main reason for the long period of adjustment is that Macedonia has some of the lowest prices of electricity in Europe and if the market liberalization also applied to households right from the start it would have caused a price shock," say representatives of the Energy Regulatory Commission.
Greener, who joined East Durham Business Service in 2009, said: "I've been where they are and I know when you leave the RAF, Army or Navy, it can be a tough period of adjustment as you try to decide what's best for you.
I just loved the priceless comment from a council employee who said: "We expect there to be a period of adjustment as motorists adapt to trac lights which were not there before.
Debra Malone, consultant in public health at NHS Bolton, said: "The best way to make sure service users successfully adjust to a life without alcohol is to provide them with ongoing support during this difficult period of adjustment.
We are in a period of adjustment, but I think the industry wilt be stronger if we can weed out the bad lending practices.
He said it would be expected in any period of adjustment that availability of credit would be reduced.
Birmingham City Council transport supremo Coun Len Gregory said: "We appreciate that there will be a period of adjustment.
After a period of adjustment, Benjamin stuck, and Erafli has now been crafting her shoes (size 5 1/2; with a heel pin; long wing block; flat toe and long pleats) for around three and a half years.