Andrew Sentance, a member of the rate-setting
monetary policy committee (MPC), pointed to signs of
improving housing market activity, and stronger business
and consumer confidence…
There was a concerted effort to conceal how sick
President Franklin D. Roosevelt was, using as an example
the fact that he had polio at age 39, which caused him to
be disabled to the extent that he could never stand or walk
They buried him in a New York coat and a Boston pair
of shoes and a pair of breeches from Chicago and a shirt
from Cincinnati. The South didn't furnish a thing on earth
for that funeral but the corpse and the hole in the ground.
Leonard Schlesinger, a Harvard academic and former
chief executive of Au Bong Pain, a rapidly growing chain
of bakery cafes, says that much "re-engineering" has been crude.
One commentator recently declared we would only know
when the economy was back on its feet when diners found
themselves paying full price for their thin-crust pizzas.
"It's the hardest thing to take care of a teenager, have a
job, pay the rent, pay the car payment, and pay the debt. I
lived from paycheck to paycheck."
The players, too, though there must have been a sense
of safety these past months in knowing his name would not
suddenly appear and devour the leader board.
Savers who have money in dormant accounts -
those untouched for at least 15 years - are being urged to
make the most of the various tracing services before the
government takes control of their cash.
A: Did you see the game between the L.A. Lakers and the
New York Nicks last night? I missed the highlights
because of last night's blackout.
B: Lakers won the game.