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(1) And designing and implementing new mercantile processes is the most powerful weapon available to wage that war effectively.
(2) As to negligence it was true that Moorgate Mercantile had been careless in failing to register their hire purchase agreement.
(3) The Mercantile invests for long-term capital growth with emphasis on emerging companies worldwide.
(4) Twitchings claimed that Moorgate Mercantile were estopped from denying that their hire purchase customer was the owner of the car.
(5) Suppose the students at Mercantile High develop a craving for Banana on a Stick and buy out his entire supply every afternoon.
(6) Brampton was a gentleman usher with extensive mercantile interests, and Welles another yeoman of the crown.
(7) The owner, a mercantile agent, pledged bills of lading with Lloyds Bank.
(8) The mercantile and commercial economy of Savoy was thus of minor consequence.
(9) The Chicago mercantile exchange became the first publicly traded exchange in United States at the end of 2002.
(10) These trade terms have been developed by mercantile custom and standardized to a certain extent.
(11) First Mercantile American Bank was solvent.
(12) The catalyst for this rebound in prices: large declines in stockpiles of the metal registered with New York Mercantile Exchange warehouses.
(13) When too energetic and predominant, it disposes of Credulity, and in mercantile men, leads to rash and inconsiderate speculation.
(14) The old realm of Caledor was eclipsed by other realms including the fast-rising mercantile city-state of Lothern.
(15) He failed because he could not carry his sergeants with him and because of the jealousy of ecclesiastical Santiago against mercantile Corunna.
(16) Liberties were conferred on cities,(sentencedict.com) in order that feudal laws should not restrict trade and other important aspects of mercantile power.
(17) To sum up, here are some of the benefits a Mercantile Credit Personal Loan offers.
(18) It is sufficient that he was acting within the ordinary course of business of mercantile agents generally.
(19) The expansion of both the Royal Navy and the mercantile marine also entailed a heavy demand for timber.
(20) In fact[sentencedict.com], the transport of information needs to be decoupled from higher-layer mercantile protocols such as electronic payment services.
(21) February crude oil rose 66 cents to $ 19. 18 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange.
(22) But the improvement in the position of the masses was far less evident than the increase in industrial and mercantile wealth.
(23) No critical shortages or gluts livened things up this year for traders in the futures pits at the New York Mercantile Exchange.
(24) The roots of these developments in Catalonia, where the traditions of a mercantile civilization had long existed, are complex.
(25) Merchant and pirate were for a long period one and the same person. Even today mercantile morality is really nothing but a refinement of piratical morality. Friedrich Nietzsche
(26) This may seem a little absurd since the buyer in possession may well not be a mercantile agent.
(27) The first, in the West End, had as its clients the peerage and gentry rather than the mercantile classes.
(28) Elation returned after 27 months' drought when he won his first ranking tournament at the Mercantile Credit in Bournemouth last January.
(29) Here the universe of the stereotype is starkly revealed in all its mechanical and mercantile glory.
(30) On Tuesday, natural gas futures rallied for a third day, gaining 1.2% in the New York Mercantile Exchange to $3.959 a million British thermal units.
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