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  • Some foreign money managers say there is an appetite for India-based funds because they offe r more choices to individuals abroad.

    No Foreign Stampede Seen for India Mutual Funds

  • The aggressive role reflects a fear among city housing officials that the prices being offe red to lenders for distressed properties' debt are too high to allow for adequate repairs of run-down apartments, and will ultimately force new owners to resort to predatory tactics against tenants to make a return.

    City Intervenes On Mortgages

  • Their offe r is widely believed to be the highest on the table.

    Now It

  • The day of the election the radio news had an item saying that the indipendent candidate had been forced to shut down his e-mail accounts because they were being flooded by Brown supporters telling him to back offe and endorse Brown.

    Making Light: Open thread 134

  • France lectures US about stimulus when France offe...

    Obama and health benefits for gay employees

  • Applewhite offe red a simpler, more focused way of life that also isolated group members from the outside world and fostered a shared belief system.

    Heaven's Gate +10

  • Speaker Martin goes on the offensive by being offe...

    Thursday Morning update

  • Horse Cellar, Piccadilly, London, where one of our clks will be in waiting to convey you to our offe as above.

    Bleak House

  • The offe was made during a court case in Guernsey in which

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • In that partie is a welle, that in the day it is so cold, that no man may drynke there offe; and in the nyght it so hoot, that no man may suffre his hond there in.

    The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville

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