Prime lending rate is the interest rate charged by banks to their most credit worthy customers. Adequate capital helps financial intermediaries to survive even during substantial losses. It gives time to re establish the business and avoid any break in operations. “They taken a bit of a risk here.”Three out of five Saskatchewan appellate judges […]

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Adam Nelson: I am in total agreement and couldn’t have said it better myself. Ideally, I am wholly devoted to the elevation of a brand based on their Intrinsic value or heritage. I don’t necessarily subscribe to the position of “get famous fast” meaning using a celebrity to endorse a product or service. 7. Pennsylvania […]

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More than 27,000 customers were without power as Gordon began pushing ashore, mostly in coastal Alabama and the western tip of the Florida Panhandle around Pensacola, with a few hundred in southeastern Mississippi. Crews were already restoring electricity early Wednesday. As the storm passed overhead. The Christmas mobile I used as an example here as […]

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Tupelo HoneyTupelo honey is a premium honey produced in northwest Florida. The bees collect the nectar from several different types of trees found in Tupelo Florida. Tupelo honey is a heavy bodied very thick honey, with a clear yellow in color, with a notable greenish glow. Aside from that, not too many problems. Finishing my […]

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What I think you and a lot of fellow commenters are missing is the history of higher education in the US. In many countries in Europe, universities were established by the state and the state promotes its values through admission criteria. Harvard and Yale were established to educate clergy (first) and also civil servants maybe. […]

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As alarming as is Moorthy’s case, the Hindu community has been more profoundly disturbed by the seemingly relentless destruction of Hindu temples over large parts of the country in the last six months. The 60 year old Aum Sri Siva Balakrishna Muniswarar temple in Setapak, to take one example, was found to be “in the […]

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This study investigates whether voicing alternations are predictable from the child TMs input, and whether children can make use of this information. A corpus study of child directed speech establishes that the likelihood of a stem final obstruent alternating is somewhat predictable on the basis of the phonological properties of the stem. In Experiment 1 […]

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