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Gnomes

Freddie Mac's 15-year fixed-rate pass-through securities issued under its cash program.

Gnomes

Pass-through, mortgage-backed securities offered through Freddie Mac where the mortgages underlying the security have a maturity of 15 years.
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Sherlock Gnomes is elementary in the most unflattering sense, punctuating the title character's laboured investigation with perfunctory action sequences set to classics from the Elton John back catalogue (he is one of the executive producers).
Happy Gnome is currently being crowdfunded on Indiegogo.com to complete the first 30-card cannabis scent infused sticker set.
"This Google Gnome thing looks like it can annoy the hell out of somebody," one Twitter user wrote.
nicola.bartlett@mirror.co.uk VOICE OF THE MIRROR: PAGE 8 UNWANTED Gnome
Andrew wanted the approval of the real band for his rockery rockers, so he left a set of Gnome Roses under cover of darkness in the garden of bassist Mani, who gave them his backing.
Card Gnome prints cards on-demand at a California-based partner, which Wishkovsky says is revolutionary for the industry.
The publicity blurb pledges: "Infected and missing some fingers, your Zombie Gnome will scare away those unwanted intruders without so much as a second thought.
Beginning September 30, travel enthusiasts, like Castle, from across the country submitted videos to the Roaming Gnome explaining why they should be nabbed and taken on an around-the-globe trip.
The 48 pictures of the gnome showed him in Mozambique, New Zealand, Australia, Singapore, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, China, Hong Kong and Laos.
Sherlock Gnomes has been announced by Rocket Pictures, and will see screenwriters Andy Riley and Kevin Cecil return to the format, whilst Sir Elton John will compose new songs for its soundtrack.
* create a gnome out of clay using a variety of hand-building techniques.
Linux already has numerous desktop environments, KDE, Gnome, LXDE, XFCE, and recently, Unity by Canonical.