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  • The reality was brought on by Krassen Dimitrov's analysis of Greenfuel Technologies and their algae claims, as well as conversations I have had with John Benemann, who has been involved in algal biodiesel research for many years (and was co-author of the close-out report of the U.S. Department of Energy's Aquatic Species Program.)

    Bio-default (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • If you know like I know, the hardest thing for any team to do is to win a close-out playoff game on the road.

    One Season

  • Third, Chapter 11F would handle the complexities of repurchase agreements and derivatives by enabling close-out netting of contracts in which offsetting credit exposures are combined into a single net amount, which would reduce likelihood ofruns.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Bankruptcy Reform Instead of Bailouts

  • "With close-out games, you have a tendency to lose focus," said Kobe Bryant (FSY), who scored 32 for the Lakers.

    Lakers cruise into conference finals with a sweep of the Jazz

  • As Dave Weigel captures in his close-out exegesis on the Kentucky GOP primary, Rand Paul won because he straight up stomped the state: "Paul got in early, and organized early."

    Primary Night: A Great Night For Schadenfreude, A Bad Night For Media Narratives

  • Gross margin grew to 46.9% from 43.9% amid less discounting for close-out sales and changes in product mix, as the company cut inventories by 13%.

    Nike Profit Surges as Sales Rise

  • Gross margin grew to 47.4% from 43.4% because of fewer close-out sales and improved in-line product margins, as the company's inventories declined 13%.

    Nike's Quarterly Profit Jumps 53%

  • "And of course we're going into the model-year changeover, so they struggle from a close-out situation on many of these vehicles."

    The Easiest Cars To Bargain For

  • Home decorations close-out retailer Tuesday Morning jumped 34 cents, or 7.9%, to 4.65, after reporting fourth-quarter sales of $200.8 million and a same-store sales increase for the quarter of 6%.

    Olympic Steel Drops .6%;

  • Third, Chapter 11F would handle the complexities of repurchase agreements and derivatives by enabling close-out netting of contracts in which offsetting credit exposures are combined into a single net amount, which would reduce likelihood of runs.

    How to Avoid a 'Bailout Bill'

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