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  • The Economy Plan's "Annex D" laid out "a strict 360-day schedule for the free-market makeover of Iraq."

    U.S. Iran Policy Irks Senior Commanders: The Military vs. Militaristic Civilian Leadership

  • So there is an -- and that 360-day period would have to be gained in agriculture.

    CNN Transcript Apr 14, 2005

  • On an external level, if the period of a day and night is divided into sixty Kalachakra hours – there is no rule that it can only be divided into twenty-four – then in a 360-day lunar year, there are 21,600 hours.

    Taking the Kalachakra Initiation ��� 4 Internal Kalachakra

  • Thursday November 3, 2011, the Company intends to furnish a comprehensive operations update, including its per-well tabular data that includes working interest, net revenue interest, lateral length and 30/60/90/180 and 360-day production rates.

  • He was fined $730, given a 360-day suspended prison sentence and told not to go to any more Montana high school events.

    ABC News: Top Stories

  • The problem: the bank's use of a clever practice to slightly boost the rate of interest on commercial loans by calculating them on a 360-day year, but then charging it on 365 days.

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  • The issue was sparked by a flurry of more than two dozen legal actions against banks that calculate interested based on a 360-day year, but charge it all 365 days.

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  • "So far we have brought the message to over 100,000 people through our '' 360-day Seminar ''," he told reporters after presenting awards to students who excelled in the Ujian Pencapaian Sekolah Rendah (UPSR), at Kampung Permatang Sungkai here today.

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  • For more details on the 360-day foreign bank deadline, see a blog update from the

    Forbes.com: News

  • Good news: The CFTC told us foreign financial institutions (banks) who are not supposed to register as RFEDs with the CFTC but rather with bank regulators are subject to the 360-day deadline in Dodd-Frank.

    Forbes.com: News

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