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“At another interview, she had a large-size McDonald's sweet tea and three round plastic tubs of food: potato salad, macaroni and cheese, and red beans and rice.”
“Working in partnership with KRC Research, we interviewed more than 200 senior executives in large-size companies with responsibilities for philanthropy, social responsibility and community relations.”
“We applaud the SEC in its decision to allow for fair competition between floor-based and electronic options exchanges for these large-size contingency trades," said ISE Chief Executive Gary Katz in a statement Friday.”
“At a conference call, Chief Financial Officer Lee Jae-rok said Kia plans to launch the K9 large-size sedan in the domestic market in the second quarter, adding the model will help raise the company's average selling prices.”
“Sharp expects to sell more than one million large-size television sets in the U.S. in the current fiscal year, as the company's focus on these less-competitive models has been met with surprisingly strong response.”
“These "risk factors" include the familiar—like small versus large-size companies or growth versus value stocks—as well as more esoteric measures such as volatility, momentum, dividend yield, economic sensitivity and the health of a company's balance sheet.”
“Furthermore, the site apes Twitter more than a little, from the large-size font and round-cornered writing rectangles to the blue-white-dark blue color scheme.”
“The South Korea market trimmed morning losses after shipbuilders turned higher on earnings hopes after their recent large-size orders, while automakers rose after Wednesday's encouraging U.S. sales growth figures for May.”
“It said it is now considering converting some of the Sakai plant's large-size TV screens to produce smaller LCD screens for computer monitors.”
“You know, bears, those furry, large-size gay men …”
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