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A wealthy individual who provides a great deal of capital that underwrites the activities of Lloyd's of London. Names spread risk of insurance among themselves along with corporations. For most of Lloyd's centuries-long history, names had unlimited liability for any losses associated with being a name. Lloyd's introduced names with limited liability in 1994, and they have become increasingly important.
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When the market crashed in 2008, Namer had just begun constructing Village Green.
D'entree de jeu, Namer demontre que Mannheim n'elaborait pas dans Ideologie et utopie <<une serie de propositions pour en arriver a une epistemologie>> (p.
There is also a discussion forum on pregnancy issues, a baby namer tool and other information.
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trading my work as a journalist (one dollar per word) to work full-time as a namer (US$25,000 plus per word).
The named--whether person, place, or object--is identified or marked by the namer as distinctive, unique, the occupant of a discrete space in the universe.
Ralph Waldo Emerson claims that the "poet is the sayer, the namer, and represents beauty" John Paul II does speak, name and articulate in words the beauty that he observes.
Mold seconds won the toss against St Asaph seconds and decided to bat, tot alling 143-9 (G King 33,Keith Embleton 31) as 15-year-old Namer Ellamie snapped up 4-25 off five overs and Chris Houlton 2-34 off nine.
P&O's new cruise ship Ocean Village has chosen Ulrika Jonsson to be the official namer when it sets sail from Southampton on April 28.
Before the Fall, Eve is an adept and "scientific" namer of the Lord's creatures; Adam is pretty much of an ignoramus.
I found it tough this year to take parts of my life seriously, particularly my job as a namer of what's what in retailing.