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n.1.A forest; - used as a termination of names. See Weald.
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BEIRUT: Lebanese companies should not waste time trying to attract investors in large international markets and should instead focus innovating their business in the Lebanese market, according to entrepreneurial expert Liz Wald. "To maximize growth, Lebanese scaleups shouldn't fall into the trap of attracting investors in larger markets like the U.S., as it's generally a waste of time, but focus on innovating their business in the local market," Wald said.
Ellen Wald, president of the Transversal Consulting think-tank and author of the recent book "Saudi Inc," told Arab News that there was an element of symbolism in the decision by some executives not to attend the Future Investment Initiative in the Saudi capital, and that many business people were still looking to do business there.
The loan required Wald Wood, which sells lumber and other wood products to customers in Arkansas and the surrounding states, to pay $9,800 a month, according to the bank's lawsuit, filed by attorney Charles Coleman of Wright Lindsey & Jennings.
Wald (co-winner of the 1967 Nobel prize in physiology) advances an explanation for this property of the eye:
WALD would be celebrated all around the world as means to promote cultural understanding and encourage dialogue among people who speak different languages.
Wald, speaking to an audience that filled the lecture hall and an overflow room, said that there has long been good reason to turn to amoxicillin for AOM.
Casting jackpot: Also during his first year in the corps, Wald had featured roles in Kent Stowell's Carmina Burana and Alejandro Cerrudo's Little mortal jump.
In this case, the Wald tests indicate that not only the growth of [PUBDEBT.sub.t-1] alone but also the joint influence of [PUBDEBTX.sub.t-1] and [PUBDEBT.sub.t-2] are relevant to the evolution of the real GDP annual growth rate.
Wald was a nurse; social worker; public health official; teacher; author; editor; publisher; activist for peace, women's, children's, and civil rights; and the founder and first president of the National Organization for Public Health Nursing.
Pursuant to Rule 3-7.10, Jonathan Davis Wald has petitioned the Supreme Court for Bar reinstatement.
The researchers included one Abraham Wald, a Hungarian Jew who had fled to the United States in 1938.