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“She has had short work published in journals such as Dead Mule, School of Southern Literarture and Thema, Literary Journal”
“Thema investors specifically lost about $312 million.”
“Through an Ireland fund-services unit, HSBC was Thema's custodian and administrator, handling back-office functions such as regularly calculating the fund's net asset value.”
“In a regulatory filing, the bank said it has entered a settlement with investors in Thema International Fund PLC who brought a class-action lawsuit pending in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, and that it shouldn't be construed as an admission of wrongdoing or liability.”
“Commenting on claims beyond the Thema case, the bank said: "HSBC considers it has good defenses against the Madoff-related claims that have been brought against it and will continue to defend the other Madoff- related proceedings vigorously.”
“By contrast, undecided voters, or voters saying they wouldn't cast a ballot in the next elections, totaled 30% in the Eleftheros Typos poll and 32.6% in the Proto Thema poll.”
“But the Proto Thema poll also showed that 51% of the public is opposed to early elections.”
“According to a poll in the Sunday Proto Thema newspaper, the center-right New Democracy party holds a 5.8-percentage-point lead over the Socialists.”
“Bei whatjapanthinks. com gibt es nun Ergebnisse einer Umfrage zu eben diesem Thema (Teil 1 und Teil 2).”
“As part of Mr. Marchionne's chess-playing, the second-generation Chrysler 300—a full-size, rear- or all-wheel-drive, V6- or V8-powered sedan, an American Gothic like Grant Wood never painted—is being rebadged as a Lancia Thema and sold in Europe as an executive saloon.”
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