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He is a product of marketing and is the equivalent of toxic derivatives the art world's answer to credit default swaps.
Not to mention he takes credit for other peoples discoveries.
It's more full-service than a lot of places-they have parking, they take credit cards.
And it's also worth noting how lucrative the federal credit is for homeowners who install solar panels.
US monetary policy would accordingly lose its excessive global influence over money supplies and credit conditions.
Most people think they need a credit card to make a hotel reservation.
Part of the rise in credit card borrowing may reflect the spike in pump prices.
To buy property the conventional way, you must have good credit and money in the bank.
Both have lower interest rates than their credit card debt.
The company buys unpaid debts from credit card companies, health clubs and others.
Some of the criticism heaped on credit-default swaps is misguided.
During a typical credit cycle it is among the first to use cheap financing to buy companies.
Lack of custom is, however, less of a problem than a dearth of credit.
They can also top up their calling credit in any of these countries.
The newly announced measures also include a loosening of credit policies and tax cuts.
Another proposal would make a tax credit for research and development permanent.
Each avoided the credit expansion, consumer frenzy, house-price bubbles and trade deficits indulged in by many of their peers.
The ongoing crisis in credit markets threatens it with recession.
But he deserves no special credit for felicities that are the language's own.
For the real price of labor is knowledge and virtue, whereof wealth and credit are signs.
But there is an exception to the rule: these days, credit-card companies are trying to get rid of customers.
But, ever since the credit crisis began, big moves have become common.
He also fought with the couple about their credit on the series.
In exchange for ceding credit, he is freed from the obligations of authorship.
There were protests-Californians stuck their gasoline credit cards on skewers and lit them on fire-followed by new horrors.
The good news is that you don't have to stay past the opening credit sequence-easily the highlight of the film.
We know how much credit honesty would have gained him among his opponents.
And it lost more than fifty billion dollars in the credit crisis.
It's harder for small businesses to innovate in these ways, particularly when credit is tight, as it is now.
It would expand and make permanent the research-and-development tax credit.
The credit-rating agency retained its negative outlook for all sectors of higher education for a second consecutive year.
They didn't get credit, but they didn't get a bill, either.
Credit toward tenure and tenure is negotiable for senior appointments.
The teachers will be volunteers, the courses will cost next to nothing, and no official credit will be given.
Some teachers might give half-credit for the work even if the final answer is wrong.
The committee has agreed to explore credit transfers, exchange programs, and quality control in universities across the region.
Being clearly qualified to teach at a two-year college means that you meet the specified degree and credit-hour requirements.
They may restrict financial aid, withhold course equivalencies, and/or deny valuable academic credit.
Humans go extinct when they overgraze credit default swaps to economic extinction.
But first let credit be given to her formal virtues.
Finally, credit the administration with a masterful job of deception.
To his credit, the director doesn't milk the line for a laugh, as he could well do-as indeed he would have done fifteen years ago.
The welfare state had remarkable achievements to its credit.
Apparently, swiping a credit or debit card simply takes too long.
Lend-Lease represented a substantial credit expansion.
The home buyer credit only created a false bottom for the market.
Credit-card and automobile-loan defaults have been increasing.
The credit ratings of municipal- bond insurers are being downgraded, and the market for corporate debt is troubled.
Those figures do not include the effects of the small business tax credit on the cost of purchasing insurance.
To its credit, the officer corps has responded not with excuses but with introspection.
Credit was shoveled out the door, and subprime mortgages were made available to anyone this side of life support.
And the credit boom had pushed the country over the edge, into total moral collapse.
Don't be surprised if they use that info to run a credit check or home-equity balance online.
Most bigger shops, restaurants, and hotels accept credit cards.
Macaroni and cheese has supplanted credit-default swaps at the fulcrum of capitalism.
Credit counselors advise couples to sit down together and disclose their respective debts before they get serious.
Target is one of the last major retailers to own a part of its credit-card portfolio.
Explains credit laws that protect your right to obtain, use, and maintain credit.
Explains how to dispute and correct inaccurate information in your credit report.
Revolving credit lets you withdraw funds when you need them.
If you are in the market for credit, a home equity plan is one of several options that might be right for you.
Generally, only income, war profits and excess profits taxes qualify for the credit.
Credit counseling organizations may not charge an extra fee for the certificate.
Blocking often occurs when you use a credit or debit card to check into a hotel or rent a car.
These types of service are added together to determine service credit.
But if you think that tax credit will pull us out of our troubles, you're wrong.
He also called for a new tax credit for families and expansion of an existing credit for companies that hire unemployed veterans.
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