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Adj.1.wise to - evidencing the possession of inside information
informed - having much knowledge or education; "an informed public"; "informed opinion"; "the informed customer"
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WISE@NY will engage up to 500 local and international thought leaders, decision-makers and practitioners from a variety of sectors, including education, business, politics, civil society and the media, from around the world."Education innovation is on the global agenda, and it is an important part of our mission at WISE to tangibly demonstrate the transformative power of education and the role that innovation can play in ensuring that quality education is available to all who need it.
Fitch expects Wise to rebound from standard economic stress in the rating case to achieve performance consistent with the 'bbb' assessment as reflected in a fifth year cash to adjusted debt of 84% and net adjusted debt to adjusted EBITDA of 0.6x.
Wise to use his Cranial Laser Release Technique on patients.