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Government Bond

Any bond issued by an agency of the United States government. Government bonds are backed by the full faith and credit of the government and are considered risk-free. Most are negotiable, with prominent examples being Treasury securities or Ginnie Mae bonds. U.S. savings bonds, however, are not negotiable.

government

the primary decision-making body in a nation state responsible for national defence, maintaining law and order, etc. Government's economic role in the state depends upon the socio-political system the country has adopted, the two extremes being a CENTRALLY PLANNED ECONOMY and a PRIVATE ENTERPRISE ECONOMY. In the former case, governments play an all-embracing role, often owning most economic resources and determining what products to produce. In the latter case, where resources are held privately and markets are the main mechanism for allocating resources, governments play a more restricted role, merely influencing the general level of economic activity through DEMAND MANAGEMENT policies and redistribution of income and wealth. See MIXED ECONOMY, GOVERNMENT ( PUBLIC) EXPENDITURE.
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Why is there no governmentally conducted conversation about the implications of the legislation that arouses their concerns?
Or, the notion that development should evolve from existing uses, rather than by governmentally planned, wholesale clearance and new construction.
system, with all of its moral hazard, adverse selection, and other flaws (many governmentally induced), does provide strong incentives to give high-quality care to those who are truly ill.
The move supports the company's consulting work, says Byron-Fortin, as Blue Heron can now develop a spill plan, training and access to materials needed for that plan as well as the governmentally mandated inspections of the equipment.
The demographics of different age groups within a particular society produce numerous effects economically, socially, and governmentally.
The globalization of communication technology, transportation systems, and business has stimulated the initiation and growth of governmentally and privately sponsored mental health programs.
Lawmaker Amira al-Baldawi said that the governmentally subsidized system should be directed to the society's poor segments.
More companies will move their operations to less governmentally regulated countries, creating wealth and new jobs in places other than Arkansas or the United States.
The appointment must also strike a delicate balance with the other heads of the executive: politically (between Christian Democrats, Socialists, or even Liberals or Greens), governmentally (between large and small states) and geographically (between the South and North of Europe, or even between the East and the West).
How could a Christian minister not be against a governmentally sponsored license plate?
In his analysis of Silko's, Momaday's, and Edrich's narratives of spiritual return, McClure sketches the overdetermined nature of religion and secularism in Native American literature: on the one hand, Native Americans have long served as spiritual, earth-centered Other in the secular Western imaginary, a stereotype inflecting any engagement with native spiritual practices; at the same time, governmentally sanctioned programs of acculturation have severed many Native Americans from their cultural and sacral inheritances.
With a clear spotlight of reform focusing on colleges and universities, the scepter of change must be taken seriously or, chances are, it will be governmentally imposed.

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