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duh po zi te ree

  • n  a facility where things can be deposited for storage or safekeeping

  • But the deregulatory decision most often cited by lefty (and not so lefty) observers--the 1999 repeal of the Depression-era Glass Steagall Act that had separated depositary banking from .
  • Until the legality of the processing tax is decided the rice millers can deposit the tax alleged to be due with a depositary chosen by the Court, get it all back if they .
  • You need a way to let big financial institutions, whether they're depositary institutions or not, fail.
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  • Jon Stephenson von Tetzchner in SYS-CON Media
    As we expand our international profile by offering ADRs, we want the support of the most experienced depositary bank,said Jon von Tetzchner, chief executive officer of Opera Software. "The US is a strategically important market for Opera...
  • Thomas Jefferson in American Daily
    In a letter to William C. Jarvis in 1820, Thomas Jefferson wrote, "I know (there is) no safe depositary of the ultimate powers of society, but the people themselves; and if we think them not enlightened enough to exercise their control with...
  • Henry Ellenbogen in Allentown Morning Call
    We have owned stock in America Movil and India's Bharti Airtel [traded in India with no American depositary receipts] for more than two years,said Ellenbogen, who rarely replaces more than one major telecom holding each year. "In emerging...

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