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  1. a FINANCIAL SECURITY such as a government STOCK which can always be obtained on demand because there is continuous supply
  2. the issue of TREASURY BILLS and government BONDS which are sold directly to government departments as opposed to being sold on the open market.
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Tapper added, "The site attracted interest from a number of investors because of the tenancy, potential future upside, and ideal corner location just two blocks north of the United Nations in Midtown East.
While the interview started off in a balanced manner, it went off the rails when Tapper brought up the topic of Michael Wolff's book "Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House," which has caused quite a bit of controversy in the recent days.
The idle tapper genre is a relatively new game genre in which players repeatedly perform simple actions, such as tapping their screens, to gain currency and progress in the game.
The source added: "The Tappers are one of the show's favourite families and Channel 4 really wanted them to carry on, even without Josh.
But another interesting thing occurred: AB actually went so far as to try to shame Tapper, who AB said should have "supported a Veteran having an opinion.
Last night, however, progressive activist Linda Sarsour remarkably accused Tapper of "join[ing] the ranks of the alt-right," recasting one of the movement's chief victims as a fellow traveler:
And immediately I thought of S Tapper Jones, Cardiff's Town Clerk from 1942 to 1970, surely the inspiration for Orwell's Big Brother.
Tapper was virtually born to produce "Broadway Musicals: A Jewish Legacy.
Accordingly, Minister Devananda instructed the Ministry officials to design a programe to insure all the tapper trainers and trainees engaged in the Kitul Industry.
In September, Guinness invited Tapper to Los Angeles, where they measured her tongue and she closely beat two other female contenders to the record.
He told the families of Flight Lieutenants Jonathan Tapper and Richard Cook a review found they should not have been blamed for the helicopter crash in the Mull of Kintyre.