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“The defense chief predicted that Army and Marine forces would increasingly be asked to focus more on short-duration counterterrorism strikes and disaster relief.”
“Yono submarines are short-duration threats—they eventually have to come to port for resupply, and when they do they will be sitting ducks.”
“Shares surged 34% to $13.73 in after-hours trading as the company said it would "conduct a review of strategic and financial alternatives to further enhance shareholder value" and adopted a short-duration Rights Plan to protect shareholder rights.”
“Its board adopted a short-duration shareholder rights plan, a common tool for fending off unsolicited or hostile offers while such a review is under way.”
“But that can be done by small crews on short-duration missions.”
“In the remarks, reported by the Bloomberg news agency, Panetta said China appears to be building the capability "to fight and win short-duration, high-intensity conflicts" along its borders.”
“Critically, casual gaming apps for handheld devices, like Angry Birds, also offer simple, short-duration experiences for individual users.”
“Putnam's head of global asset allocation, says that while derivatives have the capacity to be volatile, the fund limits risk by focusing on short-duration and high-quality securities.”
“A spokeswoman for Federated said the firm is in a position to win if investors continue moving into bond funds because it offers six short-duration strategies in addition to its flagship Federated Total Return Bond Fund, which continues to gather assets.”
“So, in spite of past criticisms I have grown to respect the Nova for its support of small films, short-duration screenings, Q&As and other special events.”
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