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Package Deal

In futures and options, a large number of transactions that must be conducted at the same time.
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You say Valdez sneaked into our camp, took the oiled-silk package from the coat pocket of Professor Bumper and went back to his own camp with it, thinking it was gold."
To him she seemed something almost divine; and whenever her golden head and deep blue eyes peered out upon him from behind some dusky cotton-bale, or looked down upon him over some ridge of packages, he half believed that he saw one of the angels stepped out of his New Testament.
The merchant fishermen at the falls acted as middlemen or factors, and passed the objects of traffic, as it were, cross-handed; trading away part of the wares received from the mountain tribes to those of the rivers and plains, and vice versa: their packages of pounded salmon entered largely into the system of barter, and being carried off in opposite directions, found their way to the savage hunting camps far in the interior, and to the casual white traders who touched upon the coast.
But no one entered except two or three marines, who brought her trunks and packages, deposited them in a corner, and retired without speaking.
The "challenge" for students is to develop a flexible package solution that addresses a packaging issue, such as consumer convenience or the protection of food.
Finances ultimately decide altruism, and the perception of cans as an environmentally friendly package will be driven by it also being friendly to the bottom line.
A very friendly and intuitive package, it will help you design market research studies and even specific survey instruments.
The graphic artist makes changes that the client requests, then sends digital files of the final package design to the printer.
Drawing from the successful core package system that had been developed by International-Waukesha's sister foundry, Indianapolis Casting Corp.
APC Executive Vice President Erich Parker would like to see more communities offer aseptic package recycling, although he admits it's often an uphill battle.
They focused on all-inclusives and vacation packages, deciding on an all-inclusive resort in Antigua.
Bergman says that the biscuits, sold in loosely tied cellophane bags, are so delicate and breakable that they're difficult to package, yet in heavy demand.