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  • noun The condition of being cyclic

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  • And either the seasonality, the short-term cyclicality even the medium-term cyclicality of enrollment is going to affect those margins, it's not going to affect our view as to what's necessary to provide a great education.

  • That requires a cost structure which we've invested in, we're going to continue to invest in and either the seasonality, the short-term cyclicality even the medium-term cyclicality of enrollment is going to affect those margins, it's not going to affect our view as to what's necessary to provide a great education.

  • Not to oversimplify the fine work that these two authorities have done, but the overarching theme of both of their life works is based on the idea of cyclicality in world markets.

  • Second part of your question in terms the cyclicality of the business.

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  • Second part of your question in terms the cyclicality of the business.

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  • Second part of your question in terms the cyclicality of the business.

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  • Second part of your question in terms the cyclicality of the business.

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  • Second part of your question in terms the cyclicality of the business.

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  • There is a "cyclicality" to the health care debate, Lamont said, noting that this is the first time since Bill Clinton's 1994 effort failed that meaningful reform actually has a chance of clearing Congress and being signed into law.

    Ned Lamont, For One, Is Not Surprised

  • There is a "cyclicality" to the health care debate, Lamont said, noting that this is the first time since Bill Clinton's 1994 effort failed that meaningful reform actually has a chance of clearing Congress and being signed into law.

    Ned Lamont, For One, Is Not Surprised

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