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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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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.
When I was growing up, I was a minority, being one of a few girl tappers.
As the new millennium began, the daughter of a rubber tapper from Acre, Marina Silva, became the federal minister of the environment.
The age range of tappers extends from the late teens to the early 60s, and slightly more than half are women, many being the wives of rubber tappers.
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.
His voice-over, which pulls the great names of Black tappers out of the dust of obscurity, works in perfect harmony with his movements and tapping.
Along the way, on the other hand, Clinton chides the gangsta tappers, primarily because he feels for the victims of their misogyny or homophobia.
Mendes pointed out that an intact forest ecosystem could sustain a substantial population of highly productive rubber tappers, who would have an obvious vested interest in keeping it intact.
Brazil's rubber tappers have become a symbol of how humans and tropical forests might coexist.
The rubber tappers had gathered from Acre, nestled beside the Andes; from Amapa, bordering the Atlantic Ocean 2,000 miles to the east.