from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Contraction of you had.
- Contraction of you would.
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- You had.
- You should.
- You would.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
But "genteel" is not a word you'd choose; "harrowing" seems more apt.
Instructions: 1. First, think about the expression you'd like your pumpkin to wear.
Were you to open a shop called New England had an Italian company not already snaffled the name you'd have to stock it with American and Denim, German trainers, and English T-shirts made to look Japanese.
Even if over the long term you'd be better off if you were able to continue buying bargains.
Regardless of what term you'd like to use, the real question at hand is if traders are going to continue to put risk on going forward.
When striking deals with vendors, keep in mind that it may take several months to secure the kind of rates and terms you'd like.
They might point you towards a bottle from the Penedès appellation you'd otherwise never taste, or an exclusive 2009 12 Volts wine from Mallorca's 4 Kilos winery.
Just in terms of the asset sales, I think on the last call you'd spoken about the $400 million that you were looking at selling and that's the $190 million on the letter of intent.
In short: you'd benefit if you live near government-owned vacant homes that get occupied, or if you're looking to rent in neighborhoods where lots of overbuilding led to lots of foreclosures, but most people facing tight rental markets live far from these clusters of REO properties.
In short, you'd have to use the funds to make mortgage payments within 120 days of receiving the distribution.