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  • 1 sell out — Canadian Slang not capitalizing on a golden opportunity …

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  • 2 Business opportunity — A business opportunity , or bizopp , involves the sale or lease of any product, service, equipment, etc. that will enable the purchaser licensee to begin a business. The licensor or seller of a business opportunity usually declares that it will… …

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  • 3 Textbook — For other uses, see Textbook (disambiguation). Textbook A textbook or coursebook is a manual of instruction in any branch of study. Textbooks are produced according to the demands of educational institutions. Although most textbooks are only… …

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  • 4 Swindle (Transformers) — Swindle is the name given to seven different fictional characters in the Transformers universes.Transformers Generation 1Transformers character name =Swindle caption = affiliation =Decepticon subgroup =Combaticon function =Munitions Expert motto …

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  • 5 Bert Bell — Bell (center) with Washington Redskins …

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  • 6 Acorn Computers — articleissues peacock=october 2008 citecheck=october 2008 citations missing=october 2008 POV=october 2008Infobox Defunct company company name = Acorn Computers company foundation = December, 1978 defunct = November, 2000 fate = Bought by Morgan… …

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  • 7 Short (finance) — Schematic representation of short selling in two steps. The short seller borrows shares and immediately sells them. He then waits, hoping for the stock price to decrease, when the seller can profit by purchasing the shares to return to the lender …

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  • 8 Chronology of world oil market events (1970-2005) — Basic OverviewThe 1970s See: 1970 1979 world oil market chronology 1970*January 1: U.S. Federal oil depletion allowance reduced from 27.5 to 22.0 percent. *May 3: TAP line from Saudi Arabia to the Mediterranean interrupted in Syria, creating all… …

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  • 9 Chronology of world oil market events (1970–2005) — Contents 1 Basic overview 2 The 1970s 2.1 1970 2.2 1971 …

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  • 10 Elizabeth Brinton — (born 1971), sometimes referred to as the Cookie Queen, holds the record for selling the most Girl Scout cookies (more than 100,000 boxes in her time as a Girl Scout). The Gold Award winning Girl Scout was born in Fairfax, Virginia to parents… …

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  • 11 Monongahela and Ohio Steam Boat Company — The Monongahela and Ohio Steam Boat Company (MOSBC) was the second to build and operate steamboats on America s rivers west of the Allegheny Mountains. Created as a stock company and based at Brownsville, Pennsylvania, the shareholders of the… …

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  • 12 Grant writing — refers to the practice of completing formal and or informal application processes by one party, often a non profit entity, educational institution or business but also by individuals to another party such as a Government department, Corporation,… …

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  • 13 Calendar of 2000 — ▪ 2001 January We are fortunate to be alive at this moment in history. Never before has our nation enjoyed, at once, so much prosperity and social progress with so little internal crisis and so few external threats. Never before have we had such… …

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  • 14 market — [mär′kit] n. [ME < NormFr < L mercatus, trade, marketplace, pp. of mercari, to trade < merx (gen. mercis), wares, merchandise < ? IE base * merk̑ , to seize] 1. a) a gathering of people for buying and selling things, esp. provisions… …

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  • 15 1990-1999 world oil market chronology — 1990*Aug: Iraq invades Kuwait. Crude and product prices soar upward; exchange markets react wildly to any middle east news events; cash markets dominate prices after trading hours; jet fuel prices rise to record spreads over other products due to …

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  • 16 Della Butcher — Born Della Marguerite Hooper 24 April 1922 London …

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  • 17 History of pawnbroking — This history is partially outdated for developments in the 20th century To trace the history of pawnbroking, we must go back to the earliest ages of the world, since lending money on portable security (see money and usury) is one of the most… …

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  • 18 Carreras Tobacco Company — The House of Carreras was a tobacco business that was established in London in the nineteenth century by a nobleman from Spain, Don Jose Carreras Ferrer. It continued as an independent company until November 1958, when it merged with Rothmans of… …

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  • 19 Louisiana Purchase — For other uses, see Louisiana Purchase (disambiguation). Louisiana Purchase Vente de la Louisiane expansion of the United States …

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  • 20 Market impact — In financial markets, market impact is the effect that a market participant has when it buys or sells an asset. It is the extent to which the buying or selling moves the price against the buyer or seller, i.e. upward when buying and downward when …

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