from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Harte, (Francis) Bret 1836-1902. American writer noted for his stories about California mining towns. The Luck of Roaring Camp and Other Sketches (1870) is his best-known collection.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete spelling of heart.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. United States writer noted for his stories about life during the California gold rush (1836-1902)
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And let's start with Patrick, and Patrick's with us from Twain Harte in California.
She has catalogued scores of eyewitness accounts, has discovered a Sasquatch "nest" near Twain Harte and swears she was once close enough to the creature that dirt was still falling from the sides of deep,14-inch footprints it left behind.
( "Harte") (TSX VENTURE: HRT) (FRANKFURT: H4O) is pleased to announce that a 2,000 meter diamond drilling program will get underway this week to test the downdip extension of the Sugar Zone which currently hosts an NI 43-101 gold resource of 904,400 tonnes grading 9.75 g/t Au for 283,500 ounces of contained gold.
( "Harte") (TSX VENTURE: HRT) are pleased to announce that
(TSX VENTURE: HRT) (FRANKFURT: H4O) ( "Harte") today announced that the Board of Directors of Harte has appointed Milton Klyman C.A. as Chief Financial Officer.
Bentham appreciated his creature comforts: according to Negley Harte, the University of London's historian, his embalmed body wears a pair of knitted underpants, unlike most of his contemporaries, who simply tucked their shirt-tails between their legs.
Delaying part of the Smith Barney deal for a year or two likely wouldn't upset brokers or investors, though some may grumble if it hurts expected cost savings, said Jeff Harte, an analyst with Sandler O'Neill.
Mr. Harte says payouts are likely to eat into more of Morgan Stanley's revenue than Goldman this year as he forecasts the compensation to net revenue ratio—excluding gains or losses from the firm's own credit spreads—for Morgan Stanley's institutional securities unit, which includes investment bankers and traders, is likely to climb to 46% for 2011, up from 41% a year ago.
Overall, Mr. Harte projects Goldman's compensation expenses for 2011 to fall 18% from a year earlier.
For example, Sandler O'Neill + Partners analyst Jeff Harte recently told clients he expects Goldman Sachs to allocate $1.8 billion in compensation and benefits for the quarter, down 45% from the prior period.