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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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'In the previous government's 2018 budget, they have agreed to provide RM200 per month for small-time farmers and rubber tappers.
On the question of overtime and holiday, he claims the company provides incentives for overtime and holidays, further debunking that tappers are not assigned 500 to 600 trees per day, not 700.
"So far only members of Toddy Tappers Co-operative societies were getting pension.
GOGGLEBOX star Josh Tapper is taking a break from the reality TV show to start working for No10.
Accordingly, Minister Devananda instructed the Ministry officials to design a programe to insure all the tapper trainers and trainees engaged in the Kitul Industry.
THE big talking point at the end of the Newport Sea Anglers Open competition at St Brides was the performance of Lewis Tapper, the seven-year-old son of Marshfield beach ace Roy Tapper.
I think male tappers won't touch the subject of homosexuality, for instance, because they are afraid about what it will do to their record sales and image.
His goal was to sustain communities of rubber tappers and indigenous peoples who knew how to live in the forest without wrecking it.
Instead, in a Gallic Keystone Kops version of Watergate, the prez's phone tappers eavesdropped on anyone who might be a source of embarrassment about Mitterrand.
The study reported here is concerned with the effects of age, sex and tenure on the job performance of rubber tappers, blue-collar workers who live and work on rubber estates in different regions of Malaysia.
In 1999, Greenpeace funded a rubber tappers project in partnership with the University of Brasilia, the National Council of Rubber Tappers, the Association of Rural Producers of Carauari and the National Centre for Traditional Populations.
The next movement is a somber education: "Green, Chaney, Buster, Slyde" (master, but unknown, tappers).