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    1. · Discount Stocks: Co

    2. "I wouldn't discount it," Abdol Omarif said

    3. They bought a little cottage in the village eked out a meagre living on a residue of royalties gleaned from discount store book sales and the odd spot of lawn mowing that came their way from lineage adverts in the parish newspaper

    4. A few programmes for the theatre - she was a regular there … I wonder if Embassy staff got a discount

    5. royalties gleaned from discount store book sales and the odd spot

    6. come I will give you a discount, when

    7. me a discount card that would save

    8. Don’t discount any revelation, but understand where they come from and seek God accordingly

    9. I can't discount the possibility that this can be a hallucination on my part born of my desire to achieve extra-Kassidorian contact, but if there is some chance that the story of the guy in Zhlindu is true, it would corroborate

    10. The banker, who advances to the merchant whose bill he discounts, not gold and silver, but his own promissory notes, has the advantage of being able to discount to a greater amount by the whole value of his promissory notes, which he finds, by experience, are commonly in circulation

    11. discount their bills always with the same banker, he must immediately discover what they are about, and see clearly that they are trading, not with any capital of their own, but with the capital which he advances to them

    12. But this discovery is not altogether so easy when they discount their bills sometimes with one banker, and sometimes with another, and when the two same persons do not constantly draw and redraw upon one another, but occasionally run the round of a great circle of projectors, who find it for their interest to assist one another in this method of raising money and to render it, upon that account, as difficult as possible to distinguish between a real and a fictitious bill of exchange, between a bill drawn by a real creditor upon a real debtor, and a bill for which there was properly no real creditor but the bank which discounted it, nor any real debtor but the projector who made use of the money

    13. When a banker had even made this discovery, he might sometimes make it too late, and might find that he had already discounted the bills of those projectors to so great an extent, that, by refusing to discount any more, he would necessarily make them all bankrupts ; and thus by ruining them, might perhaps ruin himself

    14. discount, and bank notes at twenty per cent

    15. They have to make a fast decision because the discount will not be offered

    16. What he had initially tried to discount as nonsensical mutterings and charming riddles were beginning to hold a strange resonance

    17. discount; owing partly, no doubt, to the supposed instability of the new government established by the Revolution, but partly, too, to the want of the support of the bank of England

    18. “But I wouldn’t discount the power of music and the scent of flowers

    19. Even a chance of a discount on one of their own machines was just too much for them to offer; something to do with the strict rules on profit and the constraints of bureaucracy, the company policy more or less stated

    20. They are unable to discount the probable effects of ―inconsequential‖ actions; that is to say, they do not ―think‖ in terms of right and wrong or good and evil

    21. The ticket cost me a hundred twenty rubles after receiving a military discount

    22. He figured this would trade at a discount

    23. And the yield of the seeds one could discount

    24. He had worked out it was like getting a twenty percent discount off the drinks, because of the favourable exchange rate of the Australian dollar

    25. obtain a discount of $6541 and avoid taxes of $14,103

    26. Hunter and Cara left him at the motel while they headed for a 24-hour discount store to pick up a few items of clothing

    27. Bank3Sector of Japan acquires the foreign debt securities of Brazil with discount in yens, even if the securities have nominal value in dollar, euro or other coin with free world circulation

    28. the importance of prayer, and never to discount any strange direction

    29. so Sarah was able to discount them because she knew that she wanted an end-to-end

    30. enough for Sarah to discount the variance and go with the consensus, putting that

    31. The company also has an arrangement with an auto parts supply store to sell to our employees at a discount

    32. On arriving at a camp ing ground in Athens, an American couple gave him very useful information regarding gas purchase, namely, that tourists could get up to a 40 percent discount by buying coupons at the border upon entering the country or at the National Bank of Greece in any city

    33. The American couple further informed Roger that Italy had a similar policy, although the discount was not as high

    34. For example, if you are offering a store discount in exchange for an email, make your CTA reflect this

    35. Are those customers unhappy with their current insurance policy? Perhaps you could tweet them a special discount or introduction to your great policy as an alternative

    36. Do not pay invoices before they are due unless a cash discount that makes sense is offered

    37. o Would either a discount for prompt payment or a discount for

    38. kind of special discount or promotions strictly for them

    39. Imagine the sign above his business, ‘come collect a bit of pain - there is a discount on it this week’

    40. “Perry Bass’s laconic response was that down his way in Texas, his folks always got a 10 percent discount for cash

    41. Despite a senior secretary’s statement to Mundell in the Ithaca Journal article published July 8, 1991, that one of Roy’s mottos was “We never sell anything,” he undertook personal negotiations in secret and dumped the Scranton plant at a discount price to thwart and hopefully discourage his son from acquiring and operating the balance of his outdoor empire

    42. When Lorna protested, she explained that the bill would be settled as usual by the company at a huge discount on all merchandise

    43. After loading their swag into the truck Charly instructed him to drive to the rear entrance of a discount store

    44. Besides his license and two credit cards they included his social security card, a phone card, library card, membership in an engineering society, a bookstore discount card

    45. testimonials and offer a discount on their next purchase or monthly membership fee

    46. When I was in the phone business and we did call centers, often a discount would be negotiated

    47. If you are selling books, then you can put in a bookmark that has a discount off future books or

    48. A call to action – and here’s where you can offer your first price discount or another steep price

    49. If you're offering a 30% discount only for the next two

    50. discount, whatever it is

    1. falling cards into a section with row upon row of discounted DVDs

    2. He discounted the doomsday scenarios also, the planet was big and old and tough, it would bloom again

    3. suggested and Jill discounted the options of shoe bombing, egg

    4. This other bill was made payable to the order of B, who, upon its being accepted by C, discounted it with some banker in London ; and A enabled C to discharge it, by drawing, a few day's before it became due, a third bill likewise at two months date, sometimes upon his first correspondent B, and sometimes upon some fourth or fifth person, D or E, for example

    5. This third bill was made payable to the order of C, who, as soon as it was accepted, discounted it in the same manner with some banker in London

    6. The bills which A in Edinburgh drew upon B in London, he regularly discounted two months before they were due, with some bank or banker in Edinburgh ; and the bills which B in London redrew upon A in Edinburgh, he as regularly discounted, either with the Bank of England, or with some other banker in London

    7. Whatever was advanced upon such circulating bills was in Edinburgh advanced in the paper of the Scotch banks ; and in London, when they were discounted at the Bank of England in the paper of that bank

    8. But this discovery is not altogether so easy when they discount their bills sometimes with one banker, and sometimes with another, and when the two same persons do not constantly draw and redraw upon one another, but occasionally run the round of a great circle of projectors, who find it for their interest to assist one another in this method of raising money and to render it, upon that account, as difficult as possible to distinguish between a real and a fictitious bill of exchange, between a bill drawn by a real creditor upon a real debtor, and a bill for which there was properly no real creditor but the bank which discounted it, nor any real debtor but the projector who made use of the money

    9. When a banker had even made this discovery, he might sometimes make it too late, and might find that he had already discounted the bills of those projectors to so great an extent, that, by refusing to discount any more, he would necessarily make them all bankrupts ; and thus by ruining them, might perhaps ruin himself

    10. With regard to the latter, it seems to have made scarce any distinction between real and circulating bills, but to have discounted all equally

    11. He himself should be considered extremely dangerous, but his associates should not be discounted either

    12. Alexander was visibly upset at what Martin said and vehemently discounted it

    13. A false impression easily discounted with the most cursory knowledge of the cosmos

    14. with half-light drifting in through the thin white curtains, but had discounted it as something from a morning before

    15. remain though that he had the opportunity to do all of these bad things, and that could not be discounted

    16. the painting was discounted 50 percent

    17. If a human life is worth ten years in the slammer for such a killer, then the value of human life has been discounted

    18. discounted coach with his shortage of cash, it was likely to be nine hours after a million dreary stops

    19. both offer discounted rates for seniors with

    20. superior and the painful are discounted

    21. exchange, factors pay a discounted value of the receivables to the company selling the

    22. So when the wind is blowing just right for the turbines, the power they generate is usually a surplus and sold to other countries at an extremely discounted price, or the turbines are simply shut off

    23. had always discounted the tales as being as far fetched as the child’s

    24. ƒ Beware the flyers, advertisements, special discounted sales and other retail or sales tricks of the trade that tempt, entice and lure you in to spend your precious dough!

    25. that smile was a little too blatant to be discounted on

    26. I had discounted it, I am a fool

    27. Concentrating his whole mind on the work alone and leaving aside the reasons for it, he thought at first the sound he heard was that of the wolves on their evening hunt, and discounted it

    28. Printess himself might have discounted the response of the young singer if he

    29. Recently, SCE has launched the Playstation Network Plus program, a paid subscription service that provides PSN+ users with exclusive content, freebies and discounted rates for paid content

    30. Paid users will be able to access exclusive PSN+ content and also, discounted rates for all paid DLC –some of the

    31. at a greatly discounted price

    32. It isn’t the season for discounted terms just yet, no prices mounted below the billboards give the burden to the buyer

    33. It took no prompting from me, but she was clearly delighted not to have her ideas discounted

    34. ‘Although the best use for NumbaCruncha is going to be travel for Mages and enforcers between the cities,’ Peteru continued brightly, as if unaware of his audience’s growing distrust, ‘the replacing of energy-gobbling negrav chutes with enseemats that will transport everyone to and from work instantaneously so they can work longer, can’t be discounted

    35. and can easily be discounted) but also with regard to its substance

    36. She was eternally grateful for Aidan’s assistance that day, which he as a true friend discounted

    37. Burglary was discounted as nothing had been taken

    38. Divine truth must not be discounted because the channel of its bestowal is apparently human

    39. Just check if the website you are booking your flights and hotel reservations from offers it, so that you would be able to take advantage of the discounted prices

    40. they sold bread at discounted prices

    41. discounted shore excursions you want while avoiding the on-

    42. to wait to see if they have them discounted

    43. That is not to say that creating a nuclear winter has been completely discounted, but not by random hostilities

    44. The trip from New York had been rather uneventful, if one discounted the truck breaking down just as they crossed the border in the dead of night; the fact that they were almost out of gas, having forgotten to fill up in the last town and that the interior of the Desoto was hot and sticky because of the rolled-up windows, necessary because of the dusty road

    45. The concern is not to be discounted because of the area but consider for a moment your concerns and ponder internally if your concerns for your own children, or the children in your country, if these concerns are legitimate or if they are simply concerns because you have nothing more tragic or seemingly detrimental to fear because you live in a less violent area

    46. This is a very real and true possibility and should not be discounted because, for many, it is the only way true change will come

    47. I had an independent appraisal done on the repossessed cars and had proof that the cars were being disposed of at phenomenally discounted rates

    48. The air cover was also too flimsy in Stilwell’s opinion, the Luftwaffe being discounted off by the invasion planners as a pale shadow of its former self

    49. By a process of elimination and information he’d coerced from Mildred, one-by-one, Liu had discounted them

    50. All the card does is create two prices for many items: the regular one and the discounted value

    1. There was much to admire in the man – discounting his potential insanity

    2. It is chiefly by discounting bills of exchange, that is, by advancing money upon them before they are due, that the greater part of banks and bankers issue their promissory notes

    3. The commerce of Scotland, which at present is not very great, was still more inconsiderable when the two first banking companies were established ; and those companies would have had but little trade, had they confined their business to the discounting of bills of exchange

    4. Whoever has a credit of this kind with one of those companies, and borrows a thousand pounds upon it, for example, may repay this sum piece-meal, by twenty and thirty pounds at a time, the company discounting a proportionable part of the interest of the great sum, from the day on which each of those small sums is paid in, till the whole be in this manner repaid

    5. When, partly by the conveniency of discounting bills, and partly by that of cash accounts, the creditable traders of any country can be dispensed from the necessity of keeping any part of their stock by them unemployed, and in ready money, for answering occasional demands, they can reasonably expect no farther assistance from hanks and bankers, who, when they have gone thus far, cannot, consistently with their own interest and safety, go farther

    6. Though the bills upon which this paper had been advanced were all of them repaid in their turn as soon as they became due, yet the value which had been really advanced upon the first bill was never really returned to the banks which advanced it ; because, before each bill became due, another bill was always drawn to somewhat a greater amount than the bill which was soon to be paid: and the discounting of this other bill was essentially necessary towards the payment of that which was soon to be due

    7. For his own interest and safety, therefore, he might find it necessary, in this very perilous situation, to go on for some time, endeavouring, however, to withdraw gradually, and, upon that account, making every day greater and greater difficulties about discounting, in order to force these projectors by degrees to have recourse, either to other bankers, or to other methods of raising money : so as that he himself might, as soon as possible, get out of the circle

    8. The difficulties, accordingly, which the Bank of England, which the principal bankers in London, and which even the more prudent Scotch banks began, after a certain time, and when all of them had already gone too far, to make about discounting, not only alarmed, but enraged, in the highest degree, those projectors

    9. This bank was more liberal than any other had ever been, both in granting cash-accounts, and in discounting bills of exchange

    10. By its liberality in granting cash-accounts, and in discounting bills of exchange, it, no doubt, issued great quantities of its bank notes

    11. They seem to have intended to support the spirited undertakings, for as such they considered them, which were at that time carrying on in different parts of the country ; and, at the same time, by drawing the whole banking business to themselves, to supplant all the other Scotch banks, particularly those established at Edinburgh, whose backwardness in discounting bills of exchange had given some offence

    12. All the dealers in circulating bills of exchange, which those other banks had become so backward in discounting, had recourse to this new bank, where they were received with open arms

    13. Though no paper money, therefore, was allowed to be issued, but for such sums as would confine it pretty much to the circulation between dealers and dealers; yet partly by discounting real bills of exchange, and partly by lending upon cash-accounts, banks and bankers might still be able to relieve the greater part of those dealers from the necessity of keeping any considerable part of their stock by them unemployed, and in ready money, for answering occasional demands

    14. Alternatively, the dream suggests that your feelings are being trivialized or that someone is discounting how you feel

    15. How do you identify the one belief that is the most accurate, with all of these creationist views discounting spontaneous generation of life? How can we identify the truth, if we cannot unequivocally prove through normal experimentation and confirm that the timelines suggested by either Evolution or Creationism are factual? Is there any way in which the scientific method can be applied to this issue to establish with more clarity, which of these views are the most accurate? Where would we begin and what methods would we apply to test our hypotheses? I would like to propose a hypothesis that will assist us in better understanding the subject as we move forward; should we be able to provide some provable facts to support the hypothesis

    16. The bank of England, either by voluntarily discounting those bills at their current value, or by agreeing with government for certain considerations to circulate exchequer bills, that is, to receive them at par, paying the interest which happens to be due upon them, keeps up their value, and facilitates their circulation, and thereby frequently enables government to contract a very large debt of this kind

    17. on the outskirts of the town, boasting a few thousand books only, most of which were unread, if discounting those she read herself during her all too many hours of waiting fruitlessly for customers

    18. Not discounting the efforts of Sneha’s girls, Gautam ingratiated himself to the concerned authorities with befitting inducements

    19. He had learned the unwisdom of discounting wild men's instincts

    20. ‘So, discounting a tough guy or a neighbour, this man had a car nearby

    21. information, arguing, deflecting, discounting, and disagreeing with

    22. The briefer and most of the officers present were dangerously overconfident in Stilwell’s opinion, discounting the Germans as a nearly defeated foe

    23. Rebates aren’t typically meant to be paid out since manufacturers force you through the process rather than discounting the item to begin with

    24. To Ingrid’s fury, but not to her surprise, the Australian commander and the RAAF staff of the airfield all but ignored the warning passed by Sneed, discounting it as ‘misidentification of some allied plane’

    25. As she continued in her own steady and deliberate pace, Feltus found himself involuntarily discounting her as a suspect, much to his own chagrin since he had struggled not to do so

    26. Secondly, the word “anticipate” connotes the discounting process of

    27. By discounting all previous judgements and opinions formed on any of those listed he was able to logically categorise each one’s involvement with the downfall of the Clegg Empire

    28. Even discounting the gold, silver and jewels lying around, just the abandoned armor and weapons on this field was worth a fortune, as equipping oneself for war was an expensive proposition for most but affluent nobles

    29. what it would be worth to a large corporation and then discounting this back to

    30. Markets are constantly in a state of uncertainty and flux and money is made by discounting the obvious and betting on the unexpected

    31. The two men sat in silence, their individual brains weighing and discounting moves and counter moves like pieces on a chessboard

    32. Banks should evolve clearly a bills discounting policy approved by their Board

    33. This mental training of counting pleasure and discounting pains defined in terms of

    34. discounting patients’ symptoms and suggesting their pain was all in the head

    35. The Properties Division wanted to buy a new financial modeling package, one with much more sophisticated Discounting and Return options than the Centre's old standard offering

    36. The most recent victors, the latest winners install their own whitewashed and rationalized versions of what actually happened while wiping out every other version and discounting and sabotaging and demonizing other interpretations and accounts of what actually happened

    37. The idea of discounting something merely because you cannot see it physically, the idea of discounting and disbelieving that the realm of the unseen undead does indeed actually exist: is as insane as trying to pretend that gamma rays do not exist

    38. The idea of totally discounting and ignoring the fact that for tens of thousands of years all over the Earth without exception… all human societies believed in the existence of non physical entities which most of the time they could not see… but could sense; is not a coincidence

    39. There are many stellar performances on the remaining three and half albums that we made together, and discounting Blood & Chocolate—as playing with spite was the whole point of that record—we never sounded better as a group than we did on Imperial Bedroom, but even then it was touch and go

    40. But what is fair value? We have already seen that economists compute the fair value price of an asset by discounting to the present the estimates of the asset’s future cash payouts (dividends in the case of common stocks)

    41. The natural language of the market is percentage changes and growth rates, which is why finance math is based on discounting cash flows and compound interest, and why the first task of any research project is converting prices into returns

    42. In recent years more serious efforts have been made to establish a mathematical basis for discounting expected future earnings or dividends

    43. Though not easy calls to make, at least prospectively, they demand much less than predicting the terminal value of the company a decade in the future and discounting that back to the present

    44. By assuming that it would grow steadily from then on, they could calculate its current value by discounting that cash flow back to the present, using only a hand calculator

    45. , or Investor’s Business Daily it is always meant in a pejorative sense, almost as a convenient shorthand for dismissing, discounting, and diminishing O’Neil and his methods

    46. Even discounting his personality, Ito would have disliked him vigorously just for that

    47. The idea of net present value (NPV) revolves around discounting future cash flows estimated for a project at what Richard A

    48. they considered the impact that discounting the value of future consumption may

    49. delay discounting, wherein a delay to the receipt of a commodity reduces the

    50. suggests that a better understanding of delay discounting processes may advance

    1. I hate it when he gives discounts at the shop, but a hundred per

    2. I told her about Ish's irritating habit of giving discounts to

    3. 'We haven't given any discounts all week,' Ish said and sat next to me on the

    4. The banker, who advances to the merchant whose bill he discounts, not gold and silver, but his own promissory notes, has the advantage of being able to discount to a greater amount by the whole value of his promissory notes, which he finds, by experience, are commonly in circulation

    5. When a bank discounts to a merchant a real bill of exchange, drawn by a real creditor upon a real debtor, and which, as soon as it becomes due, is really paid by that debtor ; it only advances to him a part of the value which he would otherwise be obliged to keep by him unemployed and in ready money, for answering occasional demands

    6. It likewise discounts merchants' bills, and has, upon several different occasions, supported the credit of the principal houses, not only of England, but of Hamburgh and Holland

    7. ” With him buying, it would be, “Oh, no, I couldn’t possibly charge you for these supplies, and are you available for dinner tonight, my treat?” That was probably an exaggeration, but with most of the business in the city handled by women, surely he could arrange hefty discounts simply by smiling

    8. (Little lady it is called being autistic) She even asks the question, is something wrong with his brain? Does he have Asperger‘s Syndrome? She just asks the question, but discounts it as a full blown syndrome because she does not know if he suffers repetitive behavior

    9. The app offers discounts of 50-90%

    10. discounts in their shop

    11. too expensive - and there were no discounts

    12. discounts for their faith

    13. Use phrases that are likely to draw in your prospects, such as “25% off this month, click here”, or “Special discounts for our Twitter followers”

    14. Discounts for fast payments are common and buyers like that, but how

    15. Discounts for early or prompt payment should be considered

    16. The flash of surprise in the scribe’s untutored mind lurches through them both, but Duncan discounts it

    17. He must make sure he never discounts that fact

    18. The other thing you can do flexibility wise is have different pricing structures and offer discounts

    19. Ask for group parking discounts too

    20. members which are willing to offer special discounts to other chamber members

    21. off”, not a series of ads, and is an indication of the discounts that can be


    23. is festive discounts which are given to

    24. Till the time discounts are given for above

    25. product which is sold only on discounts

    26. and does not give discounts it shows the

    27. because of the regular discounts

    28. seek discounts and will bargain a lot on

    29. These coupons can offer you discounts on certain fast food chains, restaurants, as well as in local stores

    30. This is because insurance companies can offer you with more discounts when you pay it before the due date

    31. them on a regular basis about new products, special discounts and offers, or just give them

    32. You might think that I lost all those discounts but that didn’t happen

    33. Nevertheless, you probably won’t be blessed with the discounts if you don’t say anything about leaving the bonus card home

    34. In addition, responders said that they would be willing to share their personal information with mobile advertisers in order to receive incentives, such as discounts, coupons and air or hotel rewards points

    35. They usually have a rewards program for members wherein cardholders receive gifts and discounts courtesy of partner product companies; discount coupons to hotels, restaurants, specialty stores; and travel miles for non-travel purchases

    36. Add e-coupons in your newsletters that wil help them avail to special discounts

    37. discounts that can be found in your newsletters, they will be eager to receive your

    38. load” discounts, which translate to a higher profit margin for the

    39. The initials stood for something…Charleston Discounts? Cantonese Dinners? Curly Doughnuts? I didn’t know

    40. out short-term loans to take advantage of trade credit discounts because the interest on the

    41. trade credit, along with volume discounts and the ability to extend loans, create a “capital

    42. For example: Coupons or discounts that are only available to members who receive

    43. Stores continue to offer coupons and discounts since the 6% savings comes from the state government, not out of the store’s profits

    44. Call the museum or zoo and see if there's any price discounts for certain days of the week

    45. They seek out the lowest price, push them hard on discounts and

    46. You can get discounts of various amounts when you purchase these items on that credit card

    47. The lyrics are directed at the customer, telling him things like: ‘we’re so happy you are here today’, ‘we have some great discounts for you’,’ ‘we are here to serve you,’ and it always ends with cheap potatoes, two cartons of washing powder for the price of one or whatever is on special today

    48. Have special pricing, promotions, and discounts, as well as

    49. But they’re also giving away store memberships and discounts that can be used at any existing store

    50. Shows aimed at the young will be cheaper than the big musicals but otherwise West End theatres do not discount for children unless they are part of a school group where discounts can be as much at 60%

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