Economic-Stimulus love

Economic-Stimulus

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  • SPAIN Government to Roll Out Economic-Stimulus Plan Spain's new government will ramp up home-building programs and offer mortgage-repayment relief as part of a U. S.-style fiscal-stimulus package.

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  • Economic-Stimulus Plan MADRID -- Spain's new government will ramp up home-building programs and offer mortgage-repayment relief as part of a U. S.-style fiscal-stimulus package.

    Spain Is Set to Roll Out

  • Congress Approves Economic-Stimulus Bill Mark Wilson/Getty Images COUNTRYWIDE COLLAPSE: Countrywide Financial, once the nation's biggest mortgage lender, was weakened by rising delinquencies and forced into a deal in January to sell itself to Bank of America, where it's been blamed for causing further weakness.

    Photos of the Year, 2008

  • Obama's Picks Related Videos Obama Expresses Confidence in Economic Picks Obama Names His Economic Team Obama Focuses on Economic-Stimulus Plan Mr. Obama announced that two budget veterans will run his White House Office of Management and Budget.

    Obama Pledges Discipline Even With Stimulus Outlays

  • Obama's Economic-Stimulus Plan: Failing by Its Own Measure (source: Time)

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  • This word was not coined by Vladimir Nabokov in Pale Fire, his book of 1962.

    Versipel is listed in Webster's New International Dictionary,1932 edition. The definition is: A creature capable of changing from one form to another,as a werewolf.

    July 12, 2009