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Leading

Strategy used by a firm to accelerate payments, normally in response to exchange rate expectations.
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58) and 'human happiness' conceived in spiritual terms: 'I leave to the reader's pondering, whether, among national manufactures that of Souls of a good quality may not at last turn out a quite leadingly lucrative one?
On March 25, ABC's Charles Gibson asked Kevorkian, leadingly, if congressional involvement meant that the case had become too much of a "circus.
Quoting Picasso, "Look, Apollinaire knew nothing about painting, yet he loved the real thing"; or again, Duchamp, "You know he wrote whatever came into his head" [II, 131]), until Read defines Apollinaire's Scientific Cubism, perhaps leadingly, as the "simultaneous presentation of successive, multiple viewpoints" as the eye examines an object (II, 52), which in more contemporary parlance is called "Analytic Cubism," and "Orphic Cubism" as a form of Cubism which tended towards, and which would eventually develop into pure Abstractionism.