chinese wall


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chinese wall

noun barrier, detachment, disconnection, disunion, dividing wall, division, grouping, impenetrable barrier, isolation, partition, safeguard, secure separation, segmentation, severance, shield, total separation
Associated concepts: Chinese wall between clients, conflict of interest, conflicts of interests
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Chinese Wall and Inside Out were his second and third solo albums, originally released in 1984 and 1986, and now available on one budget-priced CD.
Aya Miyama put Japan in front with a 19th-minute free kick in bitterly cold conditions at Ajinomoto Stadium, the midfielder rifling the ball over the Chinese wall and in off the post to give goalkeeper Zhang Yanru no chance.
Like most investment banks, Carlton separates its principal and advisory group with distinct personnel and the "quintessential Chinese wall," the firm said
THE TREATMENT OF TWO CHINESE WALL PAINTING FRAGMENTS.
Back in China, he began collecting for the ROM, sending pre-historic pottery, jade ornaments, Buddhist sculptures, and Chinese wall paintings, among others.
It's hardly news anymore that the Chinese wall that once separated investment banking from Wall Street research has seriously eroded.
Assuming the Chinese Wall was adhered to, the spin-off should have a minimal effect on either company.
Beckham tested his range once more with a free-kick that breached the Chinese wall but drifted narrowly wide.
Beckham tested his range with another free-kick which breached the Chinese wall, but this time the shot drifted narrowly wide of the goalkeeper's left-hand post.
The Chinese Wall Metaphor gives the illusion of separation and fortification against intrusion, yet this wall that wasn't there did great harm during the dot-com boom, notes Raymond Gozzi, Jr.

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