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  • proper n. A Welsh patronymic surname derived from ap Roppert - son of Robert.

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  • "Probert is a proven guy in this league and he knows his job,"

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  • The donation follows the lead of other pro athletes recently, like former Blackhawks and Red Wings brawler Bob Probert, who died in July 2010 and was found by the BU Center for the Study of Traumatic Encephalopathy to have evidence of a degenerative brain disease.

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  • The Romulan Warbird was created by Andrew Probert and it was larger than the Federations largest Galaxy ships.

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  • Mr. Probert added that other spread-based instruments including high-yield and mortgage-backed securities offer even higher payments, but with additional risk attached.

    Corporate Bond Issuance Falls to Slowest Pace in a Year

  • "We expect issuance to be steady in the fourth quarter, as the cost to sell new debt remains attractive," said Jim Probert , head of Americas investment-grade capital markets at Bank of America .

    Corporate Bond Issuance Falls to Slowest Pace in a Year

  • Mr. Probert said his clients are clearly aware of the relatively low borrowing rate, but fear of a Greek default in combination with other European nations are putting a damp on that eagerness to borrow.

    Corporate Bond Issuance Falls to Slowest Pace in a Year

  • Reuters Lamar McKay, chairman of BP America, Transocean CEO Steven Newman and Tim Probert, president of global business lines of Halliburton, testifying before a Senate panel in May.

    Doubts Raised About BP Study

  • "Investment-grade bonds continue to be toward the top of the stack for investors in times of volatility," said Jim Probert , head of Americas investment-grade capital markets at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, adding that uncertainty could underpin demand for the second half of the year.

    Investors Scoop Up High-Grade Debt

  • "In times of market distress, there's a clear gravitation toward safer assets," Mr. Probert said, "and high-grade bonds most definitely fall into that category."

    Investors Scoop Up High-Grade Debt

  • "While investors would like to see higher coupons, there are few alternatives to corporates that successfully balance risk profile and relative return," Mr. Probert said.

    Investors Scoop Up High-Grade Debt

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