Crowth

(krouth)
n.1.An ancient musical instrument. See 4th Crowd.
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Popowitz, The Umbrella of Sustainability: Smart Crowth, New Urbanism, Renewable Energy and Green Development in the 21St Century, 42 URB.
It was transferred to the higher court following an application by prosecutor James Long, which was not resisted by defence solicitors Graham Crowth, for Mielnik, or Steve Chambers, for Mitchell.
CROWTH = Percentage change in total assets of firm i in year t relative to year t-1
Graham Crowth, defending, applied for the case to be adjourned while Maddison remained in hospital.
Miller, who has also written a book, The Single Best Investment: Creating Wealth with Dividend Crowth, suggests that one reason could be that by attracting longer-term investors, managers of dividend-paying firms may feel less pressure to focus on boosting quarterly earnings, allowing them to think longer term.
Again, the similarity with Scottish records shows up in the considerable evidence of itinerant musicians and references to musical instruments, most notably here the harp and crowth, but also a single 1594 reference to the bandora, a stringed instrument, within thirty years of its invention.
Table 1 Trends in Inflation, GDP Growth, Money Crowth, art Nominal Money Real GDP Growth Inflation Growth 1960-69 11.
Table 3: Main Telephone Lines per Household (2000-2002) Country 2000 2001 2002 Crowth (2001-2002) % 1 Austria 1.
CoBIZ 2002 2000 SALES % RANK * COMPANY NAME (000's) CROWTH 1 Qwest Communication Intl Inc.
FORECAST THE CURRENT WIDSPREAD PREOCCUPATION WITH ARCHERY HUNTING WILL CONTINUE ITS CURRENT CROWTH INTO THE NEW MILLENNIUM
It will not inhibit the crowth of the carrots but it will keep out the carrot fly.