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eksten di buhl

  • s  capable of being lengthened

  • For a long time, many scientists believed that the human life-span was infinitely extendible.

  • Suresh Kalmadi in Economic Times
    When contacted, IOA chief Suresh Kalmadi said: "We are working on the project and would come out with a complete detailed plan in a couple of weeks. The letter given by Mr Ecclestone is extendible beyond the September 30 deadline."
  • Henry Paulson in Bloomberg
    The markets that are under more stress are the high-yield market, non-agency mortgage markets, collateralized debt obligations and collateralized loan obligations markets and extendible asset-backed paper,said Paulson, a former Goldman Sachs...

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