Softs


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Softs

Tropical commodities such as coffee, sugar, and cocoa.

Soft Commodity

A commodity that is grown. Soft commodities include most agricultural products; examples include sugar, corn, and wheat. See also: Hard commodity.
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Other teams like Ferrari and Mercedes both opted to use softs to guarantee their place in Q2, the flipside being they now have one less set of fresh rubber for today's race.
In 2009 I was running my softs drink business but it wasn't doing so well so I decided to give it up take a year out and raise money for charity," explained Paul.
So it became a question of how long Hamilton and Button could stay out on the soft tyres Red Bull team principal Christian Horner had described earlier this week as "crumbling like cheese".
World champion Rossi, who had been bidding for an eighth straight win in Italy, came in third after changing to hard tyres with 13 laps to go rather than softs like many rivals.
The firm, which is being established by a group of Bahraini and British investors, will initially provide Islamic Treasury (commodity Murabaha) brokerage services to institutions in the GCC and wider Middle East and North Africa region, as well as South East Asia and the UK with a strategy to provide a more diversified commodity base, including metals, softs and oil.
A decade and a half later, the third Clinton presidential campaign lies in the hands of Patti Softs Doyle, a woman who seems congenitally allergic to the spotlight.
Mattson said that last year the pavilion was graced with a pair of pristine Miller Softs, a legendary type of powder ski.
It likes to live near compost piles or in manure rich softs, hence its propensity for buildings that shelter livestock.
For example, cave paintings in Altamira Cave support microbes from the group Crenarehaeota, which can be found in many softs but also inhabit extreme environments such as near-boiling springs, Saiz-Jimenez and his colleagues reported in the January Naturwissenschaflen.
Nichols will retain control of the sales, marketing and distribution of all its softs drinks brands which it sells in more than 6 0 countries worldwide.
SPCI will track 17 commodities in six sectors, including grains, meat and livestock, metals, softs, fibers and energy, and will have six active contract months.