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Spoo

Slang; an index contract traded on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange in which the underlying index is the S&P 500.
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56) Along these lines, Professor Spoo has been particularly critical of Stephen Joyce, the grandson of Irish author James Joyce--"[p]robably the most fiercely vigilant and obstructive modernist estate in recent years .
As Spoo puts it,"[t]he manufacturing clause was a crude sorting device that rewarded the proven, the safe, and the popular.
Without Copyrights: Piracy, Publishing, and the Public Domain, by Robert Spoo, Oxford University Press, 355 pages, $35
A century later, one eminent poet tried his hand at lawmaking, as Robert Spoo recounts in Without Copyrights: Piracy, Publishing, and the Public Domain (Oxford Univ.
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Soon thereafter, Robert Spoo joined the case, first with the law firm of Doerner, Saunders, Daniel & Anderson, LLP and then with Howard Rice.
The 18th Century pub, recently crowned Great British Pub of the Year 2010, is hosting a special Halloween-themed Spoo ky but Fun Night tomorrow to mark the start of British Pub Week.
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Joining Gilmore as finalists are Jerry Moore of Appalachian State, Danny Rocco of Liberty, Bob Spoo of Eastern Illinois and John Stiegelmeier of South Dakota State.
The significance of creativity for history in Ulysses is not a new idea (Fairhall 252; Spoo, James Joyce 7), nor is the notion that love releases Leopold Bloom from "paralysis" (e.
En 1975, junto con Eckart Spoo, Wallraff publico el libro Nuestro fascismo de al lado.