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Investors' funds are broken into $25 fractionalised units, reducing exposure to any particular borrower.
A comparative analysis using whole and fractionalised counting methods".
The importance of Zahradka's work primarily rests in the breadth and coherence of his coverage of the subject, in the originality of some of the chapters and subchapters, and the integration of the previously fractionalised, often only partially explored minor themes, as the current Janacek research requires.
She is a great lady, Carla, even if she doesn't look it" A Parisian down-and-out, named Denis, who has been befriended by France's first lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy "I have five children, ranging in age from 14 to their 30s, by three mothers, so I guess you could call it a fractionalised family of sorts" Actor Robert de Niro "I would like to have more time to smell the flowers, but I have more work than I can handle.
I have five children, ranging in age from 14 to their 30s by three mothers so I guess you could call it a fractionalised family of sorts" - Actor Robert de Niro (pictured).
I have five of them, ranging in age from 14 to their 30s, by three mothers, so I guess you could call it a fractionalised family of sorts.
To elaborate, even if the party system is not fractionalised, a voter will find it difficult to associate improvements in service delivery with the actions of the incumbent.