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Stan·ley

(stan'lē),
Edward, English surgeon, 1793-1862. See: Stanley cervical ligaments.
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The acquisition of Saxon will complement the other initiatives that Morgan Stanley has undertaken to strengthen its mortgage franchise in the U.
We had a station wagon,'' Stanley said of the years crisscrossing the country, playing jamborees, concert halls, colleges and folk clubs.
While evaluating his people and retraining, Stanley already has his eyes on the horizon.
Maybe starting a business was what Stanley had in mind when he established SJR Enterprises, maybe not.
As part of the plan of liquidation, the land could be sold to Stanley in an installment sale.
The strategic location combined with a high utilization of the Montreal port provides a particularly stable income profile," added Ron Lepin who recently joined Morgan Stanley as a Managing Director from Ontario Teachers Pension Plan where he built their infrastructure investment program over the last five years.
It was right around this time a couple of years ago when Stanley walked into ONE Generation, looking for a part-time job, and laid eyes on Myrna, who was working in the employment office of the Reseda facility that serves senior citizens and families with young children.
The others were children of employees of the hospital and Morgan Stanley Dean Witter.
To further expand coverage primarily in the Southern Cone and Mexico, Morgan Stanley has also hired a team of six investment professionals who will be based in New York.
All the memories have come flooding back to Stanley this week as UCLA prepares to play Ohio State again.