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Instrument

1. See: Security.

2. Any tool that a government may use to influence the economy. Common instruments include setting prevailing interest rates, raising or lowering taxes, and awarding contracts to the private sector to stimulate demand for goods and services.

3. See: Contract.

instrument

A legal document, such as a check, a security, or a will.

instrument

A written legal document.

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The b Instrumental program is an effort to enhance music programs for middle and high school students in Fort Wayne Community Schools.
I also have a great passion for classical music and in 2015 I decided to re-record Black Sabbath tracks and instrumentals with as many ex members of Black Sabbath as possible.'' I am proud to be one of those ex members.
U radu se razlikuje prijedloPna skupina s + instrumental kao dopuna glagolima uzajamnoga znacenja i kao dopuna faznim glagolima, glagolima oklijevanja i Purenja i dr.
In turn, the fifth chapter provides a fascinating perspective on how vocal compositions might have been retranslated as instrumental works.
Arbutus Global Middle School Instrumental Ensemble: "CBC Olympic Games Theme"
There were no side effects or postoperative complications related to instrumental mechanoreceptoric palpation.
It's appropriate that Instrumental is a multimedia experience, as the questions it raises are universal to any form of art: as Tom's pianist points out to him, "If all you love is the result or even whatever reward the result gets you -- / -- it's just chasing your tail.
Huband is also remembered as the founding chair and emeritus publisher of Canada's History Magazine (formerly The Beaver) as well as instrumental in setting up the Hudson's Bay Company History Foundation (HBCHF).
All associations are either instrumental, expressive or hybrids (of the two).
"The Note 7's lithium-polymer battery is a flattened "jelly-roll" consisting of a positive layer made of lithium cobalt oxide, a negative layer made of graphite and two electrolyte-soaked separator layers made of polymer," (https://www.instrumental.ai/blog/2016/12/1/aggressive-design-caused-samsung-galaxy-note-7-battery-explosions) as explained by Instrumental.
In order to function within their social groups, children have to learn both technical skills with instrumental goals (such as using a fork and knife to cut food), and social conventions with goals based on social conformity (such as forms of greeting; for instance: handshakes, kissing, and bowing).

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