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Fuss

A German unit of length. Its measure varied in different German-speaking areas, but generally was between 250 and 400 millimeters. It became obsolete with the adoption of the metric system in the 1870s.
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Thomas Hoffman, Director of Research of The Managers Funds LLC, said, "We have worked with Dan Fuss for almost 20 years; he is truly one of the great fixed income investors of our generation.
With the stock market rebounding and interest rates still at record lows, Fuss decided it was time to get ready for a change in the trend of interest rates.
I look after his house when he is away and he left a message on my answering machine to say he was going to Ireland for _ a couple of days - probably to allow all the fuss to die down.
Norton Internet Security 2003 has a deep end: You can fuss with rules, communications settings, and more," they wrote.
So he didn't want fuss when he felt unwell on Tuesday, just as he had never sought it in all his 63 years.
Added Clark Fuss, director of professional services, "With Astea's experience in customer management, distribution, logistics, finance and hundreds of high-end applications, we know exactly how and where to look for maximizing the efficiencies and performance of business processes.
The fuss they made about it with everything going on.
THE fuss over Neymar's "bust-up" with a team-mate amused me - and how people say it's so bad he is bound to leave.
The reason for the fuss is that depending on where people live, the closures may mean triple or quadruple the usual distance.
So I took a proper look at it and then I did fuss, because it looked like it had increasingly begun to feel.
He would be embarrassed by all the fuss but we thank you from the bottom of our hearts.