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“The key idea is the word compañero, which stands for collegiality, solidarity and a fair distribution of work and income.”
“They appear to be on such friendly terms that they call one another "compa" for compadre, a Mexican term used by close close friends for the godfather of one 's child.”
“GDP grew 2% in 2010, compa red with the euro-zone average of 1.7%, the Belgian central bank said Wednesday.”
“Tonight I join two friends, other survivors of Duvalier's torture, to hear a compa band in a Pétion-ville club.”
“Allergan will pay Map $60 million up front and as much as $97 million more when certain milestones are reached, and the compa nies will share profits from sales to U.S. neurologists and pain specialists.”
“Mr. Sternberg says that in hindsight, Meebo made the leap to bigger compa ny at around 80 employees.”
“When a company spills billions of gallons of oil into the Gulf, that compa ny ought to pay to clean it up.”
“Such bonds are typically sold by listed compa nies, and trading is supervised by the China Securities Regulatory Commission.”
“Mr. Murtha, who blames the bust in part on a falling out between the compa ny's partners, says he should have capitalized on the fad by branching out.”
“Driven away from rich onshore deposits by increasingly confident national oil compa nies during the past two decades, majors such as BP and Chevron and large independents such as”
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