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Upon receiving the ball from the coach, the post must "chin the basketball" - place it up underneath his chin, with his elbows out, count "one thousand and one," and then drop-step toward the near baseline and put up a power layup.
These investors are willing to put up risk capital because they expect a larger return than they could get with Treasury bonds or in the stock market.
Some folks have a marvelous idea and put up a Web site," Kelly explained, "but they don't give consideration to the fulfillment side.
If you're a contractor who needs to put up a bond and can't get one through the usual channels, contact the SBA office nearest you.