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Thomas Loyd has purchased 13,500 shares of LXXI in the past 8 days.
1961), 'On the measurement of technological change', Economic Journal, LXXI, pp.
All were specifically authorized by either Section XXII or Section LXXI of the City of Toronto Act.
DENVER, June 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Lexico Resources International Corporation (OTC Bulletin Board: LXXI) announced today the development of a corporate website which can be located at LXXI.
The Company has also begun trading on the Over-The-Counter (OTC) market under the LXXI symbol.
Robert Bartlett, Oxford Medieval Texts (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 2002), lxxi + 230 pp.
3): "Plinius, libro II capitulo LXXI, dum non eodem tempore lucem ubique oriri ostendit, tale experimentum affert quod in speculis praenunciatos [sic] ignes sexta hora accensos compertum sit tertia noctis a tergo ultimis visos.
4) Rousseau and Romanticism (New Brunswick, New Jersey: Transaction, 1991; first published 1919), lxxi.
Some of the reprints of the first volume of Howard's Reports of the United States Supreme Court have a leaf consisting of a prefatory page iii recto and lxxi verso, omitting the sixty-eight pages comprising prefatory pages iv through lxx, which include, inter alia, the advertisement by Benjamin C.
In this Case, LXXI filed complaints against Defendants Paul A.
See Act LXXI of 1994 on Arbitration, [sections] 50 (Hung.
Free Reserves, Total Reserves, and Monetary Control," The Journal of Political Economy, LXXI, 1963, pp.