Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A ‘crash’ in finance.

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  • Z najbardziej uciążliwych błędów poprawiono takie, które powodowały niestabilne działanie programów: Dolphin, Okular, czy KRunner, poprawiono też stabilność Plasmy i KWin, min. błąd powodujący krach Plasmy przy przełączaniu efektów Pulpitu.

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  • Z najbardziej uciążliwych błędów poprawiono takie, które powodowały niestabilne działanie programów: Dolphin, Okular, czy KRunner, poprawiono też stabilność Plasmy i KWin, min. błąd powodujący krach Plasmy przy przełączaniu efektów Pulpitu.

    KDE SC 4.4.2 już dostępne

  • But, ruined by “le krach de Wall Street,” the American never moved in.

    The Things Yves Loved

  • Happy stockholder sold his stocks bifure deh krach

    Hedge Fund - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • I suppose the Forty crowned _Serge Panine_ because it was a virtuous book, and an attack on the financial trickeries which, about the time and a little later, enriched the French language with the word "krach."

    A History of the French Novel, Vol. 2 To the Close of the 19th Century

  • He began to gamble, buying back his own land, and ending by losing everything in the formidable/krach/which was swallowing up the wealth of the entire city.

    The Three Cities Trilogy: Rome, Volume 1

  • He began to gamble, buying back his own land, and ending by losing everything in the formidable _krach_ which was swallowing up the wealth of the entire city.

    The Three Cities Trilogy: Rome, Complete

  • He began to gamble, buying back his own land, and ending by losing everything in the formidable _krach_ which was swallowing up the wealth of the entire city.

    The Three Cities Trilogy, Complete Lourdes, Rome and Paris

  • New Deal is grounded in history, dating as it does from the period of the 1930s when Western economies faced a severe depression in consequence of the 1929 krach.

    Countercurrents.org

  • Le krach de 2008 et ses implications révolutionnaires-Première partie (14.03.2009)

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