American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Cape Formerly Cape Mat·a·pan (mătˌə-pănˈ)Taínaron A cape at the southernmost point of mainland Greece. The British won an important naval battle against the Italians off Cape Taínaron in 1941.
“The regulation also specifically includes previously-disclosed information: "Do not publicly reference, disseminate, or publish critical or sensitive information that has already been compromised as this provides further unnecessary exposure of the compromised information and may serve to validate it.”
“Our effective tax rate was lower in Q1 2010 due to a previously-disclosed $5 million tax benefit associated with the recognition of certain foreign net operating loss carryforwards resulting from an audit settlement in the first quarter.”
“This previously-disclosed capital raise enabled the Company to restructure its debt facilities, address certain operational requirements, and position the Company to invest in building its direct-to-consumer business.”
“The reduction in manufacturing efficiency was principally a result of the forced termination of over 1,500 experienced manufacturing employees in the third and fourth quarters of 2009 following the completion of the previously-disclosed I-9 inspection by US Immigration and Customs Enforcement," Charney's battered company said in a statement last week.”
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