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PERLS

Principal Exchange Rate Linked Security

A debt security denominated in U.S. dollars. The principal to be repaid on the security is determined by a particular exchange rate that exists between the dollar and a given currency at a certain time. For example, a company wishing to expand its overseas operations may buy this security in order to finance the expansion in the foreign currency while still linking it to the U.S. dollar. Companies use principal exchange-rate-linked securities to hedge against foreign exchange risk.

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Erythrocytes are contained within slit-like channels between the individual spindled cells, and in interstitial area with hemosiderin deposits, Perls positive (Figure 9).
But Ms Perls said claims made about synthetic biology creating more sustainable production were shown to be hollow when Ecover decided to replace palm oil in its laundry detergent with algae oil from the fermentation of Brazilian sugarcane.
It was also at odds with the only other model gaining momentum at the time--the "third force" humanism of Rogers, Maslow, and Perls.
Sachs, Perls and Bonaparte disagreed about analytic practice.
To frustrate, rather than cater to, a client's neediness for approval may stimulate them to discover new depths of their own resources (see Perls [1992: pp 46-48]).
"Of course this does not mean women should wait to have children at older ages in order to improve their own chances of living longer," said coauthor Thomas Perls, MD, MPH.
In 1944 Fein moved to Ajijic, near Mexico City, where she set up a studio and created a body of paintings which was exhibited at Klaus Perls Gallery on 58th Street in New York in 1946.
Analysis of the urine sample revealed the presence of coluria and weakly positive haemosiderin (Perls' reaction, Figure 1) indicating intravascular haemolysis, with absent bilirubin, and no red cells were seen under microscope.
Este proceso es la atencion y no se aplica solo a lo visual, sino a todos los sentidos y ocurre entre todos ellos juntos, y en opinion de algunos teoricos, como Fritz Perls, rige todas las funciones psiquicas (Perls, 1987; Feldman, 1998).