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“The burden of proof would then be on any firm above the threshold, even if it were engaging in bona-fide hedging in the ordinary course of business.”
“She would be best served to take her book money and disappear for a year or two and attempt to see if she has the ability to immerse herself in bona-fide issues and learn what ALL the angles are - and THEN come out with opinions, plans and strategies.”
“By undeveloped land is meant land not built upon, or in bona fide use in some business, trade or industry other than agriculture, the value of minerals in the land not being included in the value of the land.”
“The young editor glanced at it, and then, with a serpent-like sagacity, veiled, however, by the suavity of the dove, pointed out that the original advertiser might think it called his bona fides into question and withdraw his advertisement.”
“Now Pep Guardiola's men have the opportunity to make their unofficial title bona fide.”
“The most recent term was nulla bona, which is defined as:”
“Matt Roush: This twist is what we like to call a bona fide bombshell.”
“Reagan tried to get ketchup classified as a bona fide vegetable in school lunches.”
“The order read as though it had Arthur Rivera in mind, calling for continuous surveillance of all aircraft “that cannot be readily identified as bona fide air carriers.””
“I was, in other words, a bona fide hardcore Brit soul man, following in the footsteps of The Beatles, The Stones, Eric Burdon and other Brits whose love for R&B was deeply felt.”
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