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It s a pretty big deal, said Campbell Rodgers, Director of Management Reporting and Forecasting at Yadkin Bank, explaining that the fusion of data following a merger can be challenging.
He added: "To be the first comic to present it on the new series is a pretty big deal.
It has been a pretty big deal because people wanted to study leptin in birds for the poultry industry, for instance, to develop faster growing and tastier chicken," Londraville said, noting that, interestingly, leptin has yet to be discovered in chickens, perhaps because their gene structure varies from that of other birds.
Now, inauguration is a pretty big deal," Obama, who hosted the event along with Jill Biden, told the assembled families.
He was involved with some pretty big deals with major toy companies and even a successful Dragons' Den company.
I'm not surprised really - a silver medal for Wales is a pretty big deal.
This could prove to be a pretty big deal for a company whose challenge before and after its initial public offering has been persuading marketers - and - investors - that its advertising works," explains (http://www.
So if Abu Dhabi was the fourth, that would be a pretty big deal.