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  • "New stress tests need to be accompanied by time-bound plans for capitalization," Chopra said.

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  • There is something in us, or to be more precise, we are made of something which is not temporal, which does not bow its head in acceptance to the last breath, which does not feel at home in the mortal, time-bound world and never will.

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  • The site, modeled on Gilt Groupe, offers time-bound "flash" sales with deep discounts to the Indian diaspora in the U.S. Products range from designer saris to jewelry and Indian suits and cost an average of $225.

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  • To that end, a year ago more than 60 members of the World Economic Forum's community of Young Global Leaders made public pledges at the Forum's Annual Meeting Davos, committing their own private individual and organizational efforts to time-bound, quantified and practical initiatives that can help achieve the MDGs.

    Johann Koss: Davos 2011: Communities of Action to End Extreme Poverty

  • I admire his craft, but so much of his work is so time-bound — he worked many decades ago, and the attitudes of those periods permeate his stories.

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  • This lack of confidence is understandable, since "Look Back in Anger" is culture-specific and time-bound in a way that presents real problems of understanding to Americans, especially those under 50, who know little of what England was like in 1956.

    Still Angry After All These Years

  • In my silly, time-bound mind, I have to wonder, though, who the hell put them there.

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  • Charters also can't access public debt markets to raise capital — and banks, for their part, consider charters risky borrowers because they lack substantial collateral and operate on time-bound licenses usually five years that can be revoked.

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  • Over time, many of these strictures have been eased, if only informally — through readings of the Bible that acknowledge it as a selective, time-bound document, say, or through a view of sex that acknowledges all the good things about it besides procreation.

    The Velvet Reformation

  • "The basic challenge was to create a real theater narrative, which is time-bound," he said, "and still allow for jazz improvisation, which has a timeless quality."

    The Music of His Dreams


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