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sty·let

, stylette (stī'let, stī-let'),
1. A flexible metallic rod inserted in the lumen of a flexible catheter to stiffen it and give it form during its passage.
2. A slender probe.
Synonym(s): style, stylus (3) , stilus
[It. stilletto, a dagger; dim. of L. stilus or stylus, a stake, a pen]

style

the stalk of the PISTIL of a flower connecting the STIGMA to the ovary.

style

a term used in subjective appraisal of wool; combines brightness, density, character, dust penetration and tip shape.
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But to get on the central buy lists of major buyers, consistency and an ability of the portfolio manager to demonstrate an understanding of investment philosophy is critical.
WHEN INTERVIEWING MANAGERS, it's important to evaluate investment philosophy vis-a-vis the client, confirm the nature and frequency of client contact, discuss the fee and commission structure and obtain a clear understanding of the manager's past performance and how it was computed.
Still, Appleton warns individual investors to be very careful when adopting an investment philosophy such as his.
But if the goal of that trust is to provide beneficiaries with a stable income and maintain their lifestyle with a low-risk investment philosophy, it has accomplished exactly what the grantor wished.
Bennett Lawrence Management is a performance-driven investment management firm that implements the time-tested growth investment philosophy of its chief portfolio manager, Van Schreiber.

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