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  • noun Plural form of n.


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  • They briefly traded at over €12 at the peak of n's real-estate boom in 2007.

    Bankinter to Raise Capital

  • Listed below are links to weblogs that reference yikes 8 n's and a p:

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  • In July, the EU and International Monetary Fund, which rescued Hungary from insolvency with a massive bailout in 2008, walked away from talks with Mr. Orb á n's administration.

    Austerity Key in Europe Votes

  • MEXICO Fighting drug lords — and their protectors For Mexico, 2011 will mark the fifth year of President Felipe Calder ó n's war on drug-trafficking gangs, a battle that has cost the lives of more than 30,000 Mexicans, most of them killed in internecine warfare between cartels.

    Jobs, Wars, Deficits, Sports

  • In particular, Mr. Cat á n's rhapsodic, Puccini-esque music, with its long vocal lines and lush orchestrations, turns this slight source into an old-fashioned melodrama.

    When Postman and Poet Meet

  • Daniel Cat á n's operatic version, which is having its world premiere production at Los Angeles Opera, freights the tale with extra baggage.

    When Postman and Poet Meet

  • But some people close to Santander's top management said he isn't a favorite of Mr. Bot í n's, after having wrangled with top executives, one person said, over the degree of control he had in the Latin American business.

    Santander's Succession of Troubles

  • Juan Inciarte, executive vice president of strategy, is viewed as one of Mr. Bot í n's most trusted advisers, accompanying him on most of his travels and being intimately involved in any deal.

    Santander's Succession of Troubles

  • I was wrong, there is one entry that is only significant at the .05 level, I guess with n's of 100,000 or so, statistical significance is pretty easy.

    Are Elites "Anti-Democratic"?, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • If there are not equal numbers of each brand and you take into market share (or at least quick google search estimates of each) to give us relative n's of each brand, then you get somewhere between 1.3% and 2.9% standard error. joe reader chrisaroz

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