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Go around

Describes the N.Y. Federal Reserve Bank's trading desk practice of communicating with primary dealers to establish a market of bids and offers on behalf of the Federal Open Market Committee.
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There is plenty of shame (and outrage) to go around, Matthew.
In an era where there is more than enough food to go around many times over, 852 million people across the world are hungry, up from 842 million in 2003," he noted.
There is more than enough to go around, and getting a portion of that kindles gratitude.
So we have to go around the house (with only emergency lighting to show us the way) finding what rooms are free.
Hey, if you're gonna go vegecore you gotta have somewhere to start, and you can't go around destroying make-up factories on an veganarchistcb@email.
Sgt Osborne immediately called out for the pilot to go around and check gear.
They were then sponsored to go around the school playground 10 or more times.
AFTER THE OUTLOOK go around was completed, the Chairman turned to another topic, the meaning of the FOMC's price stability objective.
I will go on the records as saying that some conservatives are stupid, but so are some liberals; there is plenty of stupidity to go around.
We were able to buy about $1,000 worth of stuff for his battalion, I hope that there will be enough to go around so that everyone can enjoy it.
Captain Owen Evers, a consultant for the airline, was asked during a cross-examination, had he been in the cockpit as an observer at what height would he have recommended the pilot go around and attempt a second landing.
Brown doubts that explanation, since there seem to be plenty of bugs to go around, she says.