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From his blood sprang a red flower, as at the death of Hyacinthus, which bore on its leaves the initial letters of his name Ai, also expressive of lament.
From this initial collection of filmmakers with left-wing political agendas, Marker created the group S. L. O. N.
From the eigenvalues and the eigenvectors of A it is possible to determine if an initial point will converge or diverge to the equilibrium point at the origin.
From this initial rational point, one can then compute an infinite number of v < sub > i </ sub >.
From an estimated initial population of 250, 000 in 1492, 14, 000 Arawaks were left by 1517.
From late 1947 to May 1949, Fuchs gave Alexander Feklisov, his case officer, the principal theoretical outline for creating a hydrogen bomb and the initial drafts for its development as the work progressed in England and America.
From almost all initial conditions we can no longer see any oscillations of finite period.
From his initial capital Ambohimanga, and later from the Rova of Antananarivo, this Merina king rapidly expanded his rule over neighboring principalities.
From an initial twelve acres, Al-Fayed has since built the estate up to sixty five thousand acres.
From an initial design point of view, engineers often use a quantity termed the specific speed to identify the most suitable pump type for a particular combination of flow rate and head.
From his initial monastery, demand quickly grew and, by the time of his death in 346, one count estimates there were 3000 monasteries dotting Egypt from north to south.
From the initial syllables of the first verses of the resultant setting he then took the names of the first notes of the musical scale.
From the initial two Yugoslav-built cargo vessels, the line had grown by the mid-1970s to seven ships, totaling about 52, 340 deadweight tons.
From the early years of his life, Shoghi Effendi was greatly influenced by ` Abdu ' l-Bahá, who provided much of his initial training.
From five initial bulls, all current European bison bulls have one of only two remaining Y-chromosomes.
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From an initial aerial victory over a Focke-Wulf Fw 190 on 5 April their tally rose dramatically and the squadron became the focus of Soviet propaganda, so much so that Generalfeldmarschall Wilhelm Keitel decreed that any French pilot captured would be executed.
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From the initial synthesis of PCB until 1914, large amounts of PCB were released into the environment.
The initial release of the band's first album, From Genesis to Revelation, used a plain black sleeve with Genesis written in a green gothic typeface.
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From these initial connections, Gelli was able to extend his network throughout the echelons of the Italian establishment.

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From 1970 until 1998, Jardine Matheson operated a pan-Asian investment banking joint venture, Jardine Fleming, with Robert Fleming & Co., a London merchant bank controlled by the Fleming family.
Between 1946 and 1960 Liberia received from some $ 500 million in unrestricted foreign investment, mainly from the U. S. From 1962 to 1980, the U. S. donated $ 280 million in aid to Liberia.
From 1878 onwards Liberian presidents regularly called for more foreign trade and more foreign investment in Liberia.
From 1994 through 1998, under the government of Alberto Fujimori, the economy recorded robust growth driven by foreign direct investment, almost 46 % of which was related to the privatization program. The government invested heavily on the country ´ s infrastructure, which became a solid foundation for the future of the Peruvian economy.
From the mid-1980s foreign investment in the manufacturing sector boosted economic growth rates significantly.
From the 1970s to 1984, however, Thailand had suffered from many economic problems-ranging from decreasing American investment, current account deficit, a sudden rise in oil price to inflation.
From 1988 to December 2004, cumulative foreign direct investment ( FDI ) commitments totaled US $ 46 billion.
From 1985 to 1993, Cataland started to grow the company again, albeit very slowly, followed in 1993 by an investment in the company by a group of investors.
According to Texas Republican Congressman Dr. Ron Paul in his " A Tribute to the Late Harry Browne " which was read into the Congressional Record in 2006, " How You Can Profit From the Coming Devaluation is generally recognized as the founding document of the hard money movement, which combined the insights of the Austrian economists with a practical investment strategy.
From the 1920s to the 1950s Kemah became a significant tourist destination resulting from investment by the Maceo crime syndicate which ran Galveston during this time.
From these postulates, it derives a body of practices, which are commonly: an active industrial policy to subsidize and orchestrate production of strategic substitutes, protective barriers to trade ( such as tariffs ), an overvalued currency to help manufacturers import capital goods ( heavy machinery ), and discouragement of foreign direct investment.
From 1933 ( Glass – Steagall Act ) until 1999 ( Gramm – Leach – Bliley Act ), the United States maintained a separation between investment banking and commercial banks.
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From the point of view of the Social Security trust funds, the holdings of " special " government bonds are an investment that returned 5. 5 % to the trust funds in 2005.
From 1997 to 2006, for instance, the UK government reportedly spent £ 20 billion on management consultants, raising questions in the House of Commons as to the returns upon such investment
From such administration of investment money, manipulated to create new capital, arose the preoccupation with risk calculations, which subsequently was followed by the " economic science " of risk prevention management.
From World War I to the administration of Fiorello La Guardia, investment in park infrastructure declined.
From 1999 through 2001, for example, one firm paid about $ 2. 7 million to approximately 25 other investment banks for these so-called research guarantees, regulators said.
From November 1997 until July 2002, Bronfman was the Chairman of the Board of Koor Industries Ltd., one of Israel's largest investment holding companies.
From 1970 to 1998 he worked as an investment adviser and director in various banks.
From the above, it can clearly be seen that the change of investment has a multiplier effect on income, but the point that the increase of income accelerates capital accumulation ( the acceleration effect increase over time ) can only be shown numerically.
From 1988 through 1997, CIBC Wood Gundy was the universal name of CIBC's investment banking operations.

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