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An indexed (unhedged) of gold stocks. A popular chart is to compare the price of gold to this index.
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Hwei, Observations on Using Genetic Algorithms for Dynamic Load-Balancing, IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems, Vol 12.
To maintain simple and clean bezels on its flat-panel TVs, the company has moved the majority of the controls to the remote, said Low Cheaw Hwei, Philips' senior design director for consumer electronics, Asia.
Cheng Yen, Kuan Ch'ien, and the more politically active nun Chao Hwei (1965-), all represent a new movement in the propagation of Taiwanese/Chinese Buddhist doctrine and practice.
The second stream of engaged Buddhism is evidenced in the efforts of the monk Shi Chuandao and the nun Chao Hwei who are both considered to be radical activists.
(6.) Even proper names are subject to this rule, as Harbsmeier shows in a subsequent discussion, citing the verb phrase bu Koong [CHINESE CHARACTER NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] the negated name of Confucius, in a passage about Yan Hwei (one of Confucius' principal followers) who feared he might not koong [CHINESE CHARACTERS NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] "behave in the way Confucius could have been expected to behave" (p.
Bertie and his crewmates soon encounter and take on board the adventurous and wealthy young Isobel--soon to be followed by Hwei Coon, the first Chinese student enrolled in the Toronto school system.
Ruminants detoxify the free gossypol by binding it to soluble proteins and the bond is permanent (Reiser and Hwei, 1962).
Another army operation took place in al-Sfeira area, south-east of Aleppo, resulting in killing a number of terrorists and injuring others in the villages of Sayaleh, Hweis al-Hess and Jebb Jassem.
Walid and Nadim Hweis were found guilty of establishing an Internet station in the Barouk Mountains in 2007 that contained Israeli-made devices that received illegal transmissions from an Israeli station in Haifa