This seasonal effect on the biology and behavior of melon fruit fly helps in reducing the fruit infestation and increasing the marketable yield when early sowing of most of the cucurbits is adopted as a cultural practice (Borah 1996; Joshi et al.
In order to finance government operations, the Treasury Department chose to issue net marketable debt, including bills, notes and bonds, and such issuances have increased dramatically over the past years due to the financial crisis and economic recession.
Managing Director of Bandanna Energy, Mr Michael Gray, commented: "This expansion of the Marketable Reserve and corresponding mine plan refinement are milestones in the ongoing development of the Springsure Creek project.
Continually underscoring "culture's demand for marketable identity in [an artist's] person, products, style, and career" in order to evade it, as one writer noted in these pages [Artforum, September 2004], the group has flirted with the terms of cultural commodification through enterprises ranging from party-planning and a fashion label during the '90s to publishing a magazine and producing films more recently, including the 2002 pseudodocumentary Get Rid of Yourself, made with the German Black Bloc contingent during the 2001 Genoa G8 summit demonstrations (with a cameo by Chloe Sevigny).
The third quarter of 2002 included a negative charge of $1,048,000 for loss in value of marketable securities, whereas the third quarter of 2003 included a gain of $105,000 from the sale of a portion of those marketable securities.