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  • "For all of the talk of shovel-ready projects—that never really materialized," says Chad Moutray , president of the economic advisory firm Pinchfield Consulting and Analytics LLC, and former chief economist at the Office of Advocacy, the Small Business Administration's research and oversight division.

    Small Businesses Weigh Recovery Act

  • Pinchfield's Mr. Moutray says that the program was successful, but that it was too small to have any significant impact in the overall credit environment.

    Small Businesses Weigh Recovery Act

  • Moutray adds that much of this gain in exports is thanks to a resurgence in manufacturing.

    For Entrepreneurs, Opportunity Still Knocks

  • Nelson was not wholly unprepared for this, for Hughes had notified him and the other captains that Moutray was authorized by himself to take this step.

    The Life of Nelson

  • When the Moutray question arose, Nelson was already engaged in a more far-reaching dispute, not only with his commander-in-chief, but with the colonial authorities and the popular sentiment of the West India Islands.

    The Life of Nelson

  • He was unwilling to wound Moutray; just as, before Trafalgar, in direct disregard of the Admiralty's orders, he allowed an admiral going home under charges to take with him his flagship, a vessel of the first force and likely to be sorely needed in the approaching battle, because he was reluctant to add to the distress the officer was undergoing already.

    The Life of Nelson

  • Moutray, Lieutenant James, son of the above, dies before Calvi, while serving under Nelson, i.

    The Life of Nelson

  • This he held to when Moutray gave him a written order to put himself under his command.

    The Life of Nelson

  • At this time Nelson was practically unknown, and in refusing compliance with an order he took a risk that no other captain on the station would have assumed, as was shown by their failure a few months later to support their convictions in an analogous controversy, upon which Nelson had entered even before the Moutray business.

    The Life of Nelson

  • In August, 1780, a fleet of East and West Indiamen, convoyed by Captain Moutray, was attacked by the combined fleets of France and Spain, under Don Luis de Córdova; fifty-five were taken and brought into Cadiz harbour, at a loss to Great

    The Political History of England - Vol. X. The History of England from the Accession of George III to the close of Pitt's first Administration

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