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  • n. Plural form of tender.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of tender.


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  • Lindiwe is the one who caused all the problems, during her term tenders were awarded to incompetent contrators, so how can Tokyo implement new projects while RDP houses are not in good standard. skhumbuzo ndlovu on November 27, 2009, 1: 22 pm

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  • On Thursday, those fears and the ECB's decision to keep its policy of lending unlimited amounts in short-term tenders until the end of the year heightened worries about currencies and Europe's debt crisis.

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  • The ECB is likely to offer up to three more longer-term tenders to provide unlimited funds against eligible collateral to help banks, economists said.

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  • Mr Hadithi confirms that in central Baghdad businessmen and contractors "who won tenders from the Americans and the government became rich very fast".

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  • A range of tenders is carried in garages built into the side and main hulls with the remainder of the side hull area given over to stowage and crew requirements.

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  • As the raw material was reduced to the required size, fresh supplies were wheeled in by tenders from the yard.

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  • On the other hand, Mr. Chase is allowed to accept tenders from the public for the national loan, and to issue Treasury notes payable on demand.

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  • But a defense establishment source told TheMarker on Thursday: "I'm not sure we'll want to participate in Turkish tenders, given its relations with Iran." headlines RSS

  • A survey by the Energy and Water Regulatory Authority has shown that bulk procurement of oil through term tenders had helped stabilise consumer prices in countries like South Africa,

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  • Over the coming months, the ECB governing council will nevertheless have to decide on their emergency measures (additional longer-term tenders, full allotment, fixed rate) in the money market, as these will normally expire at the end of 2009.


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