- n. A Roman numeral representing the number seventeen (17).
“Subsidies include accident insurance, a production tax credit, accelerated depreciation, and the Title XVII bailout guarantee program, which could provide billions of dollars in bailouts to the riskiest projects.”
“A biography on the CAP website says Spinner "helped oversee the more than $100 billion of loan guarantee and direct lending authority for the Title XVII Loan Guarantee Program and the Advanced Technology Vehicles Manufacturing loan program.”
“Packed in a metallic silver briefcase instead of a shoebox, the Air Jordan XVII is arriving in stores, accompanied by a $10 million national advertising campaign with TV spots orchestrated by filmmaker and well-known basketball fan Spike Lee.”
“In fact, NAFTA’s Chapter XVII, is reflected in Mexico’s LPI.”
“Conservatives have pilloried Mr. Obama in regards to the debacle at Solyndra Inc. even though the program that funded that guaranteed loan Title XVII of the Energy Policy Act of 2005 was written by Republicans and signed into law by Mr. Bush and Solyndra was invited to participate by Bush administration officials.”
“For every $10 after that minimum goal I shall be posting a culture-blending tarot sonnet, akin to previously-published pieces Triumph XVIII: Maya, Triumph XVII: Katha, and Triumph XII: Tapah.”
“In the atmosphere of the XVII century Chateau de Wideville, residence of Valentino Garavani near Paris, a fairy tale will unfold.”
“Wow, this reminded me for a second the way Sor Juana Inéz de la Cruz and Manuel Fernández de Santa Cruz wrote each other letters over the XVII century.”
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