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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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Elsewhere, in his other early work: Halakhic Man, Soloveitchik, like Rosenzweig, presents us with an example of how specific calendrical hours, structured by the requisite environment and liturgy, create religious events that influence the quality of our self-understanding.
The imperial diet of 1613 marked the last serious attempt before the onset of the Thirty Years' War to effect a compromise, but soon Germany's territories had to adapt to the long-term perspective of calendrical pluralism.
In the interest of ordering the manuscripts (which is 'debatable' when one manuscript contains many texts, as Florida herself says) they were grouped as follows: Histories of Java, Genealogies, Court Life & Administration, Piwulang (didactic literature), Juridical Literature & Treaties, other Histories, Hippology, Calendrical divination and Primbon, Wayang and other performing arts, and literary works and Religion, and so on.
The pragmatic present condition--Tishrei as the beginning of the calendrical year and Nisan as the beginning of the festival year--makes everybody right, which itself may be regarded as part of the Jewish tradition.
He also explicitly refers to the calendrical use of the system in Cuzco but does so with giving only a few clues for solving that problem.
It is considered one of the most important calendrical rituals in Chiang Mai (Sommai and Amphay 1992).
On top of the calendrical differences, a number of canonical theological considerations factor into the process.
Drawing daily for some seventy years, he created a vast body of work that includes intimate tonal drawings of the farmland and homestead where he grew up; sculptures of human figures, animals, and objects made by stitching together pieces of paper and cardboard; hand-sewn books containing alphabets, syllabaries, calendrical schemes, and other data laid out in grids; and myriad copies, on fragments of used paper, of texts and images culled from illustrated magazines and commercial packaging.
In the midst of claims calendrical, celestial, and noble come moments of levity:
She begins at the most fundamental level, with an explanation of the nature and sociological significance of the calendrical systems used in the manuscripts (chapter two).
Females either are excluded from these calendrical ceremonies or are limited to an ancillary role.
Moreover, thinking this relation allows a counterpoint to emerge that underscores the debasement of a calendrical conception of time by modernity, how '[t]he triumph of chronology--of the line--leads us to desire a simple circle' (214).