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Calendar

List of new issues scheduled to come to market shortly.

Calendar

A list of bonds nearing issue over a certain period of time. That is, the calendar lists new issues that have not been made, but are about to be. A large number of new issues on a calendar may be a leading indicator of rising interest rates, as issuers must raise interest rates to attract bond investors.

calendar

A list of upcoming bond issues. A full calendar indicating a large number of issues may force issuers to increase interest rates in order to compete for buyers. Also called bond calendar.
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The other flanking taaj scribal-priests are also somehow engaged with this event, and the calendrical tables on the east wall suggest that they may have had a key role in calculating and coordinating the date on which the portrayed event took place.
Comparing three early modern calendars can give a more vivid sense of the calendrical changes that I am tracing and also the ways in which the astrological almanac preserves an earlier, more sacred sense of time.
Subsequent chapters detail the reform of time, including the Lord's Day, days of fasting, and calendrical customs, as they relate to the growing Evangelical reform movement.
THE very existence of Mother's Day reflects a massive, calendrical imbalance: After Mom spends 364 days a year doing sweet things for us, we spend but one day returning the favor?
14) Their calendrical rites, seasonal festivals, and sacrificial rituals serve as concrete instruments for maintaining an appropriate relationship with the spirits that pervade the universe and ensuring societal stability and personal well-being.
2) The Santal calendrical rites, seasonal festivals, and sacrificial rituals serve as concrete instruments for maintaining a right relationship with the spirits that pervade the universe as well as for ensuring societal stability and personal well-being.
Among the dance styles represented at the festival were Greek Syrtos, presented by members of the Orchesis Center for Dance and Movement in Bayridge, Brooklyn; Jewish calendrical Celebratory dances; Levantine Debkeh of Lebanon, Palestine, and Syria taught by Sheren Attal, director of the Arab American Association's Salem Debkeh youth troupe; a traditional wedding Sherpa dance from Himalayan Nepal introduced by the United Sherpa Association; Swedish children's dances by Karin and Peter Norrman of the Swedish Folkdancers of New York; American square dance led by a master caller for Brooklyn's Al'e'Mo Squares Square Dance Club; and African American ring-shout from the Gullah Islands taught by Brooklyn dancer Angela Gittens.
And it included postmodern relativizations, both conceptual and material, of the very notion of calendrical time that made a concept of the millennium possible in the first place.
Religious and ritual life in Newar society is highly guided by calendrical festivals.
However, although the mechanism itself may be unique as the first metal calendrical device, nevertheless, Bronze Age features in the Caernarfon environs, as in Stonehenge, can be read to monitor the behaviour of both Sun and Moon to accurately measure the 365.
During this quest, the lineage of detection, reasoning, and inference that take place in empty, calendrical time are always impressed upon and curved by a mythic, sacralizing temporality.
It should be noted here for folks concerned with calendrical absolutes that while all the schizoid musicians I'm about to describe are active in the 21st century, some of them were already actively leading multiple musical identities in the previous decade and earlier, proving once again that the most exciting art is ahead of its time.