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The Advocate spoke to Hailer about the AAP statement, which said "no data have pointed to any risk to children as a result of growing up in a family with one or more gay parents.
In his testimony to the Massachusetts Joint Committee on Economic Development & Emerging Technologies, Hailer said the development of infrastructure to move people and goods efficiently around the world "is probably the most important role that government serves in cultivating an environment for economic growth.
Hailer said Barre had earned 83 out of 100 points, and that 94 was the cutoff point for a winning application.
That means moving beyond traditional cash, bonds and long-only investing to strategies that continue to use equities but also employ active management and products such as alternative investments that limit volatility or provide returns uncorrelated to the markets, creating what Hailer terms "durable portfolios.
A fireman on the ground used a loud hailer to try to calm her as his colleagues fought desperately to get a turntable ladder up to the window of Castleview House, in Moredun, Edinburgh.
Then an official with a loud hailer announced that the auditions were off.
BOSTON -- In comments issued to the United States Department of Labor (DOL) today, John Hailer, president and chief executive officer of Natixis Global Asset Management, U.
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He then incited the crowd to stand across the public highway using a loud hailer.
Police in a helicopter used a loud hailer to plead with them to come down.
Hailer was recently named president and chief executive officer of Natixis Global Asset Management, L.
They unfurled a banner marked: Hawl i Rentu - or Right to Rent - and appealed to passers by for support through a loud hailer.