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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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Yet if "Dostoevsky" is "ultimately" within a "parable" (not the calendric time of the novel), then he is right to grasp the simple but profound truth that the story must end in a certain way.
Much like the calendric literature Carlebach describes in her book, this book is both highly specialized for scholars and easily accessible and read by nonspecialists.
Nicholson, "Aztec Style Calendric Inscriptions of Possible Historical Significance: A Survey", p.
Temporal association rules have various kinds like Calendric Association rule [12], Cyclic Association rule [13], Association rule based on partition [14], progressive weighted miner [10], incremental temporal association rule [4] and periodic temporal association rule [15].
In Maya calendrics, however, it's not the end of a thousand years.
Although he deals with other astronomical feats of Palenque's royal court, his central focus is on the calendric construct knows as the "819-day count." He describes the links between the count and its astronomical utility and discusses what they reveal about the religious and political purposes of the buildings known as the Cross Group at Palenque.
As the freezing of large bodies of water is rather a sudden operation, following--not accompanying--the gradual depression of temperature, whilst the melting of the ice so formed is as gradual as the increase of temperature that causes it, the ice of the lakes is more nearly coincident with the calendric than the meteorological winter, or even later than the former.
Moreover, when there are lexical means that (partially) express what inflectional morphology realizes, as in the case of temporal reference, L2ers at early stages often use lexical devices such as adverbials, calendric expressions, and temporal conjunctions (see Bardovi-Harlig 1994; Meisel 1986; von Stutterheim 1991); the same has been found for the expression of modality in early L2 development, where lexical devices appear earlier than inflectional morphology (see Dittmar and Terborg 1991).
This calendric collection of bucolics with its illustrative, rough woodcuts adapted a popular medieval form that made it appear neither very old nor very new, as did the Calender's accompanying critical apparatus, a series of glosses by Spenser's first and anonymous critic, "E.K.," whose commentary attempted to cover the Calender with the patina of antiquity it otherwise lacked.
Within this context a Soviet tradition was bore, that of composing new scripts for numerous public holidays and folk-like calendric celebrations.
Xochiquetzal was also connected with Xochitl (Flower), one of the twenty calendric day signs, the twentieth sign, the last day of every month.