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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • abbreviation general staff corps

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  • In a civil complaint Tuesday, the SEC accused Edward Steffelin , a former senior executive at GSCP NJ LP, better known as GSC Partners, of allowing a hedge fund to "participate" in the selection of the assets backing a $1.1 billion deal called Squared CDO 2007-1—and to bet against some of them.

    'Collateral Managers': Independent or 'for Hire'?

  • GSC worked with Goldman on a $1.6 billion mortgage-linked deal called GSC ABS Funding 2006-3g that closed in January 2007.

    SEC Questions 'Not Us' Firm

  • GSC worked with Goldman on a $1.6 billion mortgage-linked deal called GSC ABS Funding 2006-3g that closed in January 2007.

    SEC Questions 'Not Us' Firm

  • STALKER was produced by a Urkainian games developer called GSC Game World, and The Witcher comes from CD Projekt in Poland; both have a noticeably gritty, naturalistic approach to the depiction of their respective game worlds, whether its a radiation-scarred wilderness and abandoned towns of the former or post-feudal medieval culture of the latter.

    Truer Grit « INTERSTELLAR TACTICS

  • • Normal ticket prices apply for French films screened at participating cinemas namely GSC Pavillion, GSC Mid Valley and GSC 1 Utama (Klang Valley) and GSC Gurney Plaza (Penang).

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  • So I couldn’t get any Gold Class tickets (it’s fully booked until the end of this week!) and trying to call GSC and TGV is like trying to win a stupid CD on hitz. fm.

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  • The general secondary certificate "GSC" results have been announced today in Egypt, across the country students in knew their scores in its both stages.

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  • ( "GSC"), located at a 15-acre site at Cyberjaya, Malaysia's prominent Info-Comm Technology

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  • GSC Nendoroid Petit Nanoha movie figure school uniform

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  • In the biggest example of the SEC's change in tactics when pursuing individuals, the agency filed a civil lawsuit in June against Edward Steffelin , a former executive at GSC Capital Corp. The firm managed the assets in a J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. mortgage-bond deal called Squared, and Mr. Steffelin was accused of negligence over his role in allegedly inadequate disclosures to investors.

    At SEC, Strategy Changes Course

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