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Lynch

(linch),
Henry T., 20th-century U.S. oncologist. See: Lynch syndrome.
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The Merrill Lynch Equity Volatility Arbitrage Index seeks to replicate the returns of an S&P 500 volatility arbitrage strategy employed by many actively managed hedge funds.
Lynch, being Lynch, still throws in some bizarre scenes and subplots just for perverse fun, although maybe after watching ``Mulholland Drive'' again (the movie begs for repeated viewings, and it's so good, you'll gladly indulge), all of the dots connect in some strange way.
Director Lynch was quick to detect just how astoundingly well his subject fits the bill.
First Republic, a private banking and wealth management firm focused on high net worth individuals and their businesses, will operate as a stand-alone brand within Merrill Lynch and will retain its name, its current management structure, its San Francisco headquarters and its client and community focus.
You bet, although when Lynch explains, with trademark earnestness, that the movie does unfold according to a certain logic, it's hard to dispute him.
In lynching dramas of the 1920s "the folk" were primarily black, rural, working-class Southern families who spoke with a regional dialect and lived with the very real fear of lynching and the threat of lynch mobs invading their homes.
The performance obligation of the City of Roseville is not a material factor in the rating given the support provided by a customer insurance policy provided by FSA (rated 'AAA', with a Stable Outlook) that secures the city's payments due under the supply agreement for up to two months of delivered gas until such time as the gas can be remarketed by Merrill Lynch.
Lynch, and Auerbach, whom supervisors appointed in February after Assessor Kenneth P.
Slater, now a Senior Vice President at the Smith Barney/Citigroup, had been a seventeen year veteran at Merrill Lynch and was a well regarded producer who had been invited into management roles at the firm.
I'm sorely disappointed they closed those offices,'' said Lynch, 63, of Northridge.
I am proud of our history of success in serving the oil and gas industry and look forward to bringing the enormous resources of Merrill Lynch to bear for our clients," said Petrie Parkman CEO Tom Petrie, who will become a Vice Chairman of Merrill Lynch and member of the Executive Client Coverage Group.
for which Lynch and 39 other directors were asked to make a short film apiece using the original Cinematographe invented by the Lumiere Brothers 100 years earlier.